Alan Parker, Christopher Hampton, Marjane Satrapi and Japanese artist Yoshitaka Amano brought some international cachet to the seventh Intl. Cinema and Literature Forum in Monaco March 6-8.
It's all here: The highs, the lows, the triumphs and tragedies -- and, of course, the trousers. Even 30 years on, Rutles docu "All You Need Is Cash" endures as an insightful, breezily paced pic that…
Rutles band members and others sound off on '30 glorious years.'
Rutles associate Jerry Dean remembers his inaugural encounter with the Pre-Fab Four.
So certain is Jeffrey Katzenberg about the re-emergence of 3-D movies that he recently traveled to Italy to talk with sunglass company Luxottica about making movie eyewear as fashion accessories.
Michelle Prevost's doc "Trained in the Ways of Men," a film about a transgender hate crime, was well-received upon its film festival premiere, but like many fest offerings, it occupied too narrow a…
Universal and Dark Horse Entertainment have inked a three-year production and distribution deal that will give comicbook publisher Dark Horse an outlet for even more bigscreen projects and U access…
Twentieth Century Fox TV is taking a bright interest in the guys behind cult comedy fave "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."
In grand Hollywood style, George Lucas made a surprise visit to exhib confab ShoWest in Las Vegas on Thursday to sell theater owners on his upcoming animated feature "Star Wars: The Clone Wars,"…
"Be careful what you ask for," advised Massachusetts Film Office director Nicholas Paleologos with a smile.
As Warner Bros. figures out how to fold New Line Cinema's operations into the larger studio, insiders have been surprised to find WB brass aggressively courting New Line production prexy Toby…