Universal Pictures has launched an online competition in connection with its upcoming Hitchcock International Director Series.
It's Oscar time again. After a two-month, post-Oscar kudocast hiatus, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences officially kicked off the 73rd annual Academy Awards race Wednesday, calling for…
Kenneth Branagh's "Love's Labour's Lost" will open the third annual Newport Intl. Film Festival on June 6 in Newport, R.I.
Army Archerd, who just celebrated his 47th year as a columnist for Daily Variety, will be honored with the inaugural Alumni Achievement Award from the UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television.
Henry Thomas, who can next be seen in Billy Bob Thornton's "All The Pretty Horses," has signed on to three indie pics, all slated to go this summer.
The Walt Disney Company has greenlit the high-concept comedy "Bubble Boy," a script penned by Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio and rewritten by Michael Kalesniko.
Thirty features and documentaries, most in their New York premieres, will unspool at the 11th annual Human Rights Watch International Film Festival June 14-29 at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theatre.
Lot 47 Films is proving to be an active post-Cannes buyer: the Gotham shingle has acquired North American rights to Amos Kollek's "Fast Food Fast Women," which screened in the main competition at the…
If nothing else, "Honest" looked like a PR dream -- directed by pop guru Dave Stewart, starring three members of girl band All Saints, and spiced with lashings of gratuitous sex.
New Line Cinema has promoted Amy Henkels to senior veep of East Coast production. Henkels, based in Gotham, serves as one of the company's leading development executives. She is overseeing the film…
Newsday chief film critic John Anderson and Film Comment writer-in-residence Kathleen Murphy will replace Robert Sklar and Wendy Keys as selection committee members of the Film Society of Lincoln…