"Gravity," which opened the Venice Film Festival to great fanfare -- and early Oscar buzz -- and will screen at Telluride and Toronto on its way to an Oct. 4 release, is as much of a game-changer, in…
Beyond their good works, Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel's TV showcase helped simplify film criticism, bringing a gladiatorial thumbs-up or thumbs-down ruthlessness to such analysis. It was also a handy…
Blighty's Cascade Media Development is putting development funds into period drama "The Lady Who Went Too Far," penned by "The King's Speech" scribe David Seidler.
LONDON -- U.K. film and TV finance company Cascade Media Development has launched an initiative to help new U.K. scripters break into the industry.
LONDON -- New U.K. film and television finance company Cascade Pictures has entered first-look deals with U.K.-based production company Pari Passu Films, and London and L.A.-based production and…
The book led Amazon's list in April for sales in the children's action and adventure category. Bennett's second title in the series is "Battle for Cascadia."
Alfred Molina's volcanic incarnation of painter Mark Rothko is reason enough to rush to the Taper for John Logan's "Red," to say nothing of the involving text and visual audacity of helmer Michael…
Paris-based Kinology has closed more than 20 territories on helmer-scribe Harmony Korine's "Spring Breakers," after unveiling a five-minute promo reel of the pic.
A wrong-side-of-the-tracks teen and his younger sister resist their aunt's efforts to become the little girl's guardian in "Little Glory."
It's set in an anodyne workplace with depressed staff under the sway of a patronising boss, but "The Office" it ain't.