Elected leaders of Local 399 of the Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters have opposed the closure of the Motion Picture and Television Fund's nursing home and hospital.
A.R. Rahman, who won two Oscars for his music in "Slumdog Millionaire," leads the nominations for the World Soundtrack Awards, to be doled out Oct. 17, the closing night of the Ghent Film Festival.
Former Pathe U.K. topper Alexis Lloyd is helming his first feature, indie "30 Beats."
DreamWorks has set Bruce Joel Rubin to script "Rainbow Bridge," the English-language remake of the 2002 Japanese film "Yomigaeri."
Despite progress, Hispanic bizzers still have uphill climb as they strive for parity.
Six years after actively campaigning for combining the performers' unions, AFL-CIO prexy John Sweeney indicated Wednesday during an appearance in Hollywood that the federation's taking a hands-off…
Author Christopher Krovatin has sold the rights to his young adult novel "Venomous" to 72 Prods., which plans to adapt the book into a film as well as a comicbook through Dark Horse Comics.
Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds" is seeking worldwide glory.
On the latest Wilshire & Washington on the Radio, we talk to Rick Klein, ABC News' senior political editor and author of The Note, about why the healthcare debate is likely to drag well into the…
Toronto's Conquering Lion Pictures has nabbed first option film rights to Lawrence Hill's 2007 blockbuster "Someone Knows My Name," published in Canada and the U.K. under the title "The Book of…
The British Board of Film Classification has banned the DVD release of Japanese helmer-scribe Koji Shiraishi's "Gurotesuku" (Grotesque) for what it called violence so extreme that it was…