Ben Affleck is no longer directing a feature version of Stephen King's post-apocalyptic novel "The Stand" for Warner Bros. and CBS Films with “Crazy Heart” director Scott Cooper on board to helm and…
Despite having turned 80 in June, Lalo Schifrin shows no signs of slowing down: He will be honored at two festivals in Europe in October, has a four-CD career retrospective due for release, has…
Just in time for the close of his centennial year, an enterprising film-music label has released a box set of all the music that composer Bernard Herrmann wrote for 20th Century-Fox: 18 scores, or…
The BritWeek Film & TV Summit brought out industry heavy hitters, Brits and otherwise, Friday to discuss the increasingly global nature of the entertainment business.
A John Ford film marathon is always cause for celebration. Turner Classic Movies is obliging on Dec. 10-11 with a sked of nine Ford pics — some well-known, some less so — to coincide Twentieth…
Critics debate whether "Double Indemnity" was the first true film noir, but the real question may be what took so long for Billy Wilder's 1944 pic to finally get the deluxe DVD treatment.
An Album in Montage (Docu B&W/Color) A Warner Bros. release of a Tyrus Entertainment presentation. Produced by Nick Redman, Paul Seydor. Directed, written, edited by Paul Seydor. In B&W, color…
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