On June 18, New Yorkers will have a chance to see the first ever commercial presentation of a digitally projected feature film.
The Hollywood Black Film Festival is soliciting entries for its second annual festival for black filmmakers, Feb. 24-28 in Culver City.
American Zoetrope chairman Francis Ford Coppola is going ahead with a $100 million agreement to make films costing under $10 million that would be distributed by MGM, but without the insurance-based…
The Swedish film "Show Me Love" will be the curtain raiser for the 17th L.A. Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, aka Outfest '99, which runs July 8-18. Organizers also announced the rollout of a touring…
Cinematographer Ellen Kuras will receive Women in Film's Kodak Vision Award at the org's Crystal Awards luncheon June 11 at the Beverly Hilton.
Do writers have any moral or ethical responsibility for what they write? Does the industry need a code of conduct, or is the Littleton backlash just another attack on the First Amendment?
Musicvid helmer Sam Bayer is in negotiations to direct Sylvester Stallone in the remake of British gangster pic "Get Carter." Mark Canton, Neil Canton and Elie Samaha are producing the thriller, with…
Jane Jenkins and Janet Hirshenson will share the first Casting Director of the Year prize at the Hollywood Film Festival's third annual awards bash on Aug. 9.
Rachel Blanchard is in final negotiations to star in the comedy, “Sugar, Spice and a Semi-Automatic” for New Line and director Francine McDougall. Blanchard will play a high schooler who enlists the…
Producer Dino De Laurentiis has zeroed in on Ridley Scott to direct "Hannibal," the sequel to "Silence of the Lambs," but the hunt for a writer continues.
Sony Pictures Imageworks president Ken Ralston will turn his hand to directing with Sony's "Jumanji 2," the studio announced Wednesday.