"Killing Zoe," the Eric Stoltz/Julie Delpy indie thriller launched at Sundance, topped the awards at the Yubari Intl. Fantastic Adventure Film Festival in Japan. The Paris-set heist yarn bested a…
Appearances can be deceptive, especially in Hollywood. A raft of new projects , some with stars and name directors ostensibly attached, have emerged at the American Film Market over the past few days.
Alain Resnais' two-picture, multiple-ending "Smoking"/"No Smoking" swept the French Cesar Awards (the Gallic equivalent of the Oscars) Saturday, winning best French film, director and actor for…
The Los Angeles area motion picture industry should add nearly 18,000 new jobs during the next two years, Los Angeles County officials are predicting.
Mickey Rourke returns in the tough-guy role in Brit helmer Julien Temple's "Bullet," an actioner co-starring Marky Mark, Cathy Moriarty and Ted Levine, which announced production of the flick at AFM…
After helping broker the sale of Miramax to Disney and nurturing the $ 32 million "Johnny Mnemonic" through budgetary and casting travails, Peter Hoffman is devoting his energies to production and…
Media company Bertelsmann announced a joint venture Friday aimed at developing a network that could deliver two-way television and other high-tech services to the home.
Panavision and its Auto Panatar anamorphic lens and Manfred G. Michelson, who designed and developed the first sprocket-driven film transport system for color print film processors, were among those…
I.R.S. Media has entered into a co-venture with Iwerks Entertainment that calls for the hardware giant to license four of the indie's upcoming adventure pix for interactive games.
Vice President Al Gore on Friday dismissed claims that the FCC's rollback in cable TV rates prompted the collapse of the Bell Atlantic/Tele-Communications Inc. merger. To the contrary, he predicted…