Screen Actors Guild president Richard Masur plunged into the election season Tuesday by naming his slate for SAG's balloting, which concludes Nov. 5.
Many Australian films are rushed through production and pushed into release without adequate planning. So says a landmark Oz distribution study by the Australian Film Commission. The study also said…
Hollywood's biggest hits stem from writers' pitches. Recycled ideas are on the upswing. Fewer stories are being put into development.
"Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" has blasted past the $300 million mark overseas, making the prequel the 11th most successful grosser of all time outside North America.
Los Angeles Lakers player Rick Fox's 17 Prods., along with Galilay Entertainment, has begun lensing "Four Faces of God," a short film by Anthony Hartman.
Danish director Soren Kragh-Jacobsen's love story "Mifune" was awarded the Nordic Amanda, the Nordic territories highest film prize Saturday at a ceremony that wrapped the 27th edition of the…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has formalized the name of its newest business unit, calling it Sony Pictures Family Entertainment Group, while naming Gary Hirsch senior VP and general manager.
The Los Angeles Independent Film Festival has appointed Richard Raddon its director and tapped Sundance press officer R.J. Millard director of marketing/publicity.
Two lawsuits have been filed in the wake of the sudden cancellation of Dave Thomas' sequel to his 1983 pic "Strange Brew."
DirecTV and Philips Electronics have inked a deal making the Dutch firm DirecTV's leading supplier of set-top boxes in the U.S., the companies have announced.
The New York Intl. Children's Film Festival -- one of the largest of its ilk on the East Coast -- is seeking submissions for its third annual event, set to unspool Feb. 4-13.