Celebrating the work of student films produced in class workshops or as independent projects, the USC School of Cinema-Television will hold its annual October First Look Festival Oct. 4 -7 at the DGA.
The Sundance Film Festival is accepting entries for its 2000 fest running Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah, the Sundance Institute announced Wednesday at the Independent Feature Film Market.
With his "The Hurricane" gearing up to take the holiday film season by storm, helmer Norman Jewison has been tapped as this year's George Eastman Award winner at ShowEast '99. The award is given…
Oscar winner George C. Scott, the gravel-voiced and granite-faced actor who was best at portraying the vulnerability beneath the gruff exterior of his characters, died Wednesday at his home in…
Producer Robert Lantos and his Serendipity Point Films have pacted with writer-director Vincenzo Natali to produce and finance Natali's second feature film, "Splice."
Spanish private broadcaster Tele 5 has unveiled a 12-film slate, which almost overnight establishes it as one of the country's most powerful producers.
Seventeen projects, including works by established Asian helmers like Fruit Chan, Wang Xiaoshuai, Garin Nugroho and Rithy Panh, will be unveiled at this year's Pusan Promotion Plan (Oct. 15-17)…
Tim Allen will host the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' salute to the 70th anniversary of USC's School of Cinema-Television on Sept. 30.
AFI director Jon Fitzgerald has chosen Miramax Films' "The Cider House Rules" as the opening night film for the 13th Annual AFI Film Festival, which runs Oct. 21-29 in Los Angeles.
Twenty-five year vet New Line exec Sara Risher has christened a new inhouse production label, ChickFlicks, which will aim its pics squarely at women.