Two plays about Los Angeles and the world premiere production of August Wilson's "Gem of the Ocean" highlight the Mark Taper Forum's 2002-2003 season.
Markets & Festivals
Underlining the dearth of strong Italian titles during the past slow season, a film released a year ago swept the 2002 David di Donatellos, the country's leading film awards, with director Ermanno…
DreamWorks will hold a musically enhanced screening of animated pic "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron" at Cannes on May 18.
Previously announced, then withdrawn, now confirmed at last, Woody Allen's "Hollywood Ending" will be screened as official closer to upcoming San Francisco Intl. Film Festival.
Morgane Prods. and French/German broadcaster Arte have joined forces to co-produce a hourly latenight "Live From Cannes" transmission from May 16 through the end of the Cannes Film Festival on May 26.
Revolution Studios will spend the summer in day care with Eddie Murphy. The actor will star in "Daddy Day Care," a broad family comedy penned by Geoff Rodkey.
Endeavor TV lit topper Richard Weitz has been upped to partner at the agency. Weitz is now Endeavor's 11th partner -- and the first agent promoted to that level from within the tenpercentery's rank…
A group of about 80 Foley artists has petitioned the Screen Actors Guild's national board for inclusion as guild members and warned that AFTRA already has indicated it will be willing to expand its…
Thai cinema will be represented at Cannes' Directors Fortnight with Pen-ek Ratanaruang's "Mon-Rak Transistor."
Martin Scorsese will be joining Woody Allen, David Lynch, Catherine Deneuve and a host of other international stars when he heads for the Croisette next month to top the Short Film and Cinefoundation…
The British film industry is looking toward its strongest Cannes presence in years, with Michael Winterbottom's "24 Hour Party People," Ken Loach's "Sweet Sixteen," David Cronenberg's "Spider" and…