Up-and-coming U.S. filmmakers failed to make the cut for this year's Intl. Critics Week selection, the first of the Cannes Film Festival sidebars to reveal its hand. In what he described as "one of…
Flying in the face of a controversial Australian Film Commission decision to halve production coin for short films, premier Oz shorts fest the St. Kilda Film Festival is expanding to six days to…
Indie film company Full Moon Releasing is looking to scream out pic titles under its newly created horror/fantasy label Alchemy Entertainment.
With Fox's "Entrapment" firmed for a prominent slot either as the opener or in a special screening and Miramax's Oscar Wilde adaptation "An Ideal Husband" a good possibility for closing night, the…
Imax Corp. has optioned Stephen King's "The Sun Dog" and entered into an agreement with White Cap Prods. to develop a giant-screen 3-D version of the novella for distribution to Imax theaters.
"Life" was just a bowl of cherries for Universal and Imagine Entertainment over the weekend as their Eddie Murphy-Martin Lawrence buddy comedy reaped an estimated $20.7 million.
Disney is rolling out a series of restored prints of live-action classics, ranging from "Mary Poppins" to "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," Friday through May 23 at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood.
The 11th annual New York Gay and Lesbian Film Fest will open June 3 with the Gotham premiere of Rose Troche's comedy of manners "Bedrooms and Hallways."
Ecosse Films, producer of "Mrs. Brown," has struck a deal with FilmFour to develop a feature film based on Sebastian Faulks' bestselling novel "Charlotte Gray."
The B.O. gloom in Europe and Asia deepened last week despite a few bright sparks such as "Bride of Chucky" in Spain plus holdovers "The Rugrats Movie" in the U.K. and "Rush Hour" in Germany. "The…
Elodie Bouchez, who won a best actress award at Cannes last year for her role in the French drama "The Dreamlife of Angels," will make her U.S. feature debut in the indie production "Shooting…