Oscar may be holding his ears again this year when the nominees for sound and sound effects editing are announced, if the tradition of honoring earsplitting soundtracks sticks. Add you can probably…
As part of its efforts to pursue bigger-budget, higher-profile projects, producer-distributor Kushner-Locke has tapped Rob Aft prexy of international distribution.
When he arrived in Russia six years ago, director Tony Pemberton didn't expect he'd end up making a film there. Nor, he candidly admits, did he expect that the resulting "Beyond the Ocean" would be…
Hollywood.com, created by Sci-Fi Channel founders Mitchell Rubenstein and Laurie S. Silvers, will launch a complementary Web destination, Broadway.com, in April.
Impressive foreign preems by "Angela's Ashes," "Three Kings" and "American Beauty" coupled with wow bows by the "The World Is Not Enough" in Italy and Turkey and "The Sixth Sense" in Spain and…
Many writers dream of directing their own scripts, but when producer Mickey Liddell asked Greg Berlanti to helm "Broken Hearts Club" (working title), Berlanti said no. Twice.
Three academics from Canada, the U.S. and India have designed a computer program to help theater managers choose and schedule films that they say can increase box office sales by between 30% and 120%.
Still apparently tougher on sexual than violent imagery, the MPAA has slapped Lions Gate Films' "American Psycho" with an NC-17 rating. The company plans an appeal.
Schizophrenia isn't pretty in people, but it seems to be working just fine for the Sundance Theatre Program.
Greg Dyke, who becomes director general of the BBC at the end of this month, has come under fire for not having disposed of almost $10 million in shares in Granada Group, one of the "big three" ITV…
What Gina Prince-Bythewood always wanted to do was direct. At UCLA Film School, she received the Gene Reynolds Scholarship award for directing her thesis film "Stitches." But when she left UCLA, she…
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