John J. Smith, who worked as a unit production manager and line producer on films including “To Live and Die in L.A.,” “Sister Act,” “Waterworld” and “Windtalkers,” died of pulmonary fibrosis on…
SEOUL – The Busan film festival will open with dance drama "Vara: A Blessing," the third film by Buddhist monk Khyentse Norbu, and the first time that the South Korean festival has not opened with…
The fine line between movingly personal and irritatingly self-indulgent is pretty much obliterated by "First Comes Love," autobiographical documentarian Nina Davenport's video memoir of her decision…
NBC's "Days of Our Lives" took the gold for drama series at the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday.
Ray Cooney's 1983 West End comedy "Run for Your Wife" hobbles weakly to the screen in this adaptation co-helmed by Cooney and John Luton.
LONDON -- BBC Worldwide has tapped its new head, Tim Davie, the Beeb's director of audio and music, whose appointment had been expected ever since it emerged this summer that CEO John Smith was about…
Capitalizing on the 50th anniversary of James Bond movies as well as promoting the upcoming release "Skyfall," Epix makes 007 the centerpiece of its free-preview weekend, garnishing a film marathon…
Saucily thumbing its nose at the insipid teen-love of the "Twilight" franchise, "Kiss" reimagines its bloodsuckers as horny, supercilious Euro-trash with addiction issues.
Hair, makeup and costume wizards were given New York Women in Film & Television's Designing Women honors.
Proudly self-described as "very ambitious and driven," Zois is also fanatical -- at least when it comes to movies.
CBS Studios International, Canada, has hired Doug Smith as VP and general sales manager. He will succeed the retiring Bruce Swanson, who is retiring after 25 years at the Eye.