Held for the first time at the Hotel du Cap, Amfar's annual Cinema Against Aids charity gala tonight will headline former U.S. President Bill Clinton.
Two Moscow-based Irish directors and film industry execs are planning to take the inconvenient truths of the 21st century east next February for Russia's debut Eco Film Festival.
Updated California voters voted down all but one ballot measure backed by Gov. Schwarzenegger and state Democratic lawmakers that were designed to shore up the precarious state finances. Per the…
A few weeks ago, I attended a screening of a segment from a pilot called "Homeless Real World," chronicling the lives of several men and women on streets of Denver. The surprise to me was that the…
Even before Park Chan-Wook's "Thirst" made its Cannes bow, there was buzz about the availability of remake rights.
Sheikha Al Zein Al-Sabah, a member of Kuwait's ruling family, is looking to turn her Eagle Vision Media Group into a home for Arab filmmakers hoping to break into the international market.
Fox Intl. to make local-language films based on library titles "Man on Fire" and "Working Girl."
SAG's seemingly endless contract drama has entered what may be its final act -- though both sides have warned that a no vote could still lead to a strike.
Is DreamWorks' dream of bringing a Martin Luther King Jr. biopic to the bigscreen about to be shattered?
Swine flu, which has erupted in Western Japan with 193 reported cases as of Tuesday and closed more than 4,400 schools and colleges for the week, is also causing havoc in the entertainment biz.
Korea's Puchon Fantastic Film Festival has unveiled the lineup for It Project, the genre project mart that runs as part of its industry program, the Network of Asian Fantastic Films.