Sofia Coppola's "Somewhere" will open Argentina's 25th Mar del Plata Film Festival, Latin America's only Fiapf category A fest, on Nov. 13, playing out of competition.
Leaders of the Directors Guild of America have endorsed a tentative three-year deal covering about 1,000 network staffers and sent the pact to members for ratification.
Magnet Releasing has snagged world rights, excluding Europe, to Norwegian pic "The Troll Hunter," aiming for a 2011 theatrical release.
Here's my print column from weekly Variety, focusing on the disparity in industry support between Barbara Boxer and Carly Fiorina, somewhat surprising given that the gulf is not as great…
Revenues in GE's 80% stake of NBC Universal were down 15% in the third quarter to $4.07 billion -- but more or less flat when considered alongside a segment profit of $625 million.
British filmmaker Mike Leigh has canceled a visit to Israel to protest against a proposed loyalty oath for new citizens.
Up to now, Hollywood's contribution to the No on 23 campaign, fighting a rollback in California's global warming law, has been scant. But director James Cameron chipped in $1 million on Friday. Other…
The rally was to elect Jerry Brown and Gavin Newsom, but there was little doubt as to who was the draw at UCLA on Friday evening: former President Bill Clinton. He not only spoke last and longest…
With former President Bill Clinton appearing with Jerry Brown (along with Gavin Newsom) today, Meg Whitman's campaign is debuting a new short, "The Way We Were: Starring Jerry and Bill." They are…
SITGES, Spain -- Rodrigo Cortes' Ryan Reynolds starrer "Buried" has added to its building kudos count winning the 2010 Melies d'Or Award for best European fantasy film.