Oscar-nominated British cinematographer Douglas Slocombe, whose many films include several classic Ealing comedies in the 1940s and '50s and the first three Indiana Jones pics in the 1980s, died…
Raiders Of The Lost Ark
Drafthouse Films has acquired the worldwide rights to Jeremy Coon and Tim Skousen's documentary “Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made.” “Raiders!” has screened last year at SXSW…
CAA has signed Phillip Kaufman, director of “The Right Stuff” and co-screenwriter of “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” for representation. He comes to CAA from ICM Partners. Kaufman directed “Quills,”…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
There isn't another play quite like "Pomona." Alistair McDowall is one of a batch of young British writers chucking dramatic form up against the wall. His debut, "Brilliant Adventures," put a…
Giantscreens are almost as common as string sections in classical orchestras these days, as live movie concerts become an increasingly regular (and increasingly profitable) piece of programming…
There's a good reason why TV and movies have adopted the disclaimer, "Remember kids, don't try this at home." Pint-sized super-fans Chris Strompolos, Eric Zala and Jayson Lamb nearly killed…
Harrison Ford is set to receive a Golden Eye for Lifetime Achievement at the Zurich Film Festival in Switzerland. Ford, who is doing promotion for scfi auctioneer “Enders’ Game” across Europe, will…
After setting up three films at Twentieth Century Fox and Warner Bros., Ubisoft Motion Pictures is ready for phase two. The film division of French game publisher Ubisoft plans to package "Watch…
Paramount Pictures is looking to get back into the danger zone with plans for an exclusive six-day 3D IMAX bow of "Top Gun" on Feb. 8, 2013.
A virtuoso performance by Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master," which set the per-screen average record with $145,949 from five locations, was the weekend's biggest box office success story.
Indiana Jones meets low-budget Pixar in entertaining toon "Tad, the Lost Explorer," an unpretentious, kid-friendly item that's lively and sometimes funny, but lacks a distinctive edge.