Chicago Tribune film columnist and critic Gene Siskel, whose nationally televised thumbs-up, thumbs-down assessment of films with Chicago Sun Times scribe Roger Ebert made him a household name, died…
Deepa Mehta's "Fire" has been cleared without a cut for a second path-breaking time. The government in New Delhi has upheld an earlier Censor Board clearance of the uncut film for adult audiences.
The entertainment division of the National Basketball Assn. has promoted Heidi Ueberroth to senior VP of international television and business development, and Gregg Winik to senior VP of programming…
The 21st Monte Carlo Television Market kicked off Sunday, unveiling a new special-format section to help maintain its position as an industry must. After a quiet start, momentum is expected to pick…
California Film Commission director Patti Stolken-Archuletta will be stepping down from the position she's held for the past eight years.
Interlight Pictures will finance and co-produce the $70 million John Travolta starrer "Standing Room Only," the biopic of crooner Jimmy Roselli, whose rejection of the Mafia turned him into a target.
A tribute to veteran director Carlos Saura, whose latest film "Tango" was nominated for a foreign-language film Oscar, will highlight the American Cinematheque's sixth annual Recent Spanish Cinema…
Gerald McRaney, who stars in CBS' "The Promised Land," and Craig T. Nelson, from the ABC show "Coach," will receive lifetime achievement honors at the Intl. Angel Awards on Wednesday.
Appearing on her fourth Oscar telecast, Annette Bening will be a presenter at the Academy Awards ceremony this year. The Whoopie Goldberg-hosted event will be televised Sunday, March 21, from the…
Capella Films has secured a $50 million line of credit with Imperial Entertainment Group for production and acquisitions.
Terrence Malick's "The Thin Red Line" walked off with the Golden Bear for best feature Sunday at the Berlin Film Festival, while Danish hit "Mifune" nabbed the Jury Grand Prix award. "The Hi-Lo…