George Clooney and Grant Haslov's "Good Night, and Good Luck" is set to scoop top honors at tonight's Cinema for Peace charity fundraiser.
Former Variety reporter and critic Mark Adams has been appointed as acquisitions consultant for ICA Projects, the film distribution arm of London's Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Eternal teenager Marilyn Manson stepped into the wonderland of the Movenpick Hotel's banqueting room to give journalists and distributors a glimpse of "Phantasmagoria," his first outing as a feature…
A bumbling French inspector managed to break horror's chokehold on the 2006 box office, as "The Pink Panther" opened ahead of the strong-performing "Final Destination 3." And between the frame's…
Invalid as the Fabulous Invalid may be, the 15 midtown blocks of Broadway are still the place where playwrights cement a national profile.
Although Screen Gems prexy Clint Culpepper refers to his division as the "small fry" on the Sony lot, lately it has been more like the 800-pound gorilla.
Cash prizes of more than $115,000 were awarded at the 28th edition of one of the world's most popular short film fests, the Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Fest (Jan. 27-Feb. 4).
For anyone who wants to see "Brokeback Mountain" without the sex, try Tommy Lee Jones' directorial debut, "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada," which Sony Pictures Classics opened earlier this…
Disney's due to throw a big bash Feb. 13 in Barcelona, but the occasion isn't the Spanish premiere of the film "Eight Below" or the opening of the latest Disney Store -- the city already has two of…
The Weinstein Co.'s first pics have hit the market, but Bob Weinstein continues to feed a stream of new franchises and sleepers to what has been a money train for the duo: Dimension Films.