Writer-director Terence Malick is bit choosy about who sees "The Thin Red Line,'' when they see it, and who doesn't see it.
Filmmakers Brian Robbins and Mike Tollin, who tackle highschool football in Paramount's upcoming comedy "Varsity Blues," will next take a swing at inner-city little league baseball in Par's…
HBO-NYC Prods. has acquired the rights to "Silent Witness," a fact-based drama about the infamous case of Catherine "Kitty" Genovese, whose 1964 murder became a symbol of urban apathy in this country.
Edging out several other studios, 20th Century Fox has acquired Larry Cohen's spec script, "Phone Booth" for Zucker Bros. Prods. to produce.
Michael Zaslow, who played David Renaldi on ABC Daytime’s “One Life to Live,” died at his home in New York City on Sunday after a long battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease). He was 54. Zaslow had…
Columbia Pictures has paid low- to mid-six figures for Vanessa Grigoriadis' New York magazine article, "Welcome to the Dollhouse," which chronicles the lives and loves of a group of female…
The Los Angeles Independent Film Festival will add a day in its fifth edition, which is set to unspool April 15-20. Organizers announced the official call for entries for LAIFF '99 with a submission…
John Patrick Veitch, the former president of worldwide production for Columbia Pictures from 1979 to 1983, died Tuesday from pancreatic cancer. He was 78.
The Viennale film fest has given its international profile a boost with the election of former United Artists and Orion Pictures CEO Eric Pleskow to the post of fest president.
Mike Nichols is near a deal to direct "What Planet are You From?" a Columbia comedy starring Garry Shandling as an alien sent to Earth to procreate.
A very strong U.S. presence distinguishes the 20th edition of the Intl. Festival of New Latin American Cinema, which unspools in the Cuban capital through Friday.