"Happiness" is a big box office opener. After wildly successful screenings at the New York Film Festival on Friday and Saturday, Todd Solondz's controversial comedy enjoyed a felicitous theatrical…
Country music superstar Garth Brooks has teamed with Grammy favorite Kenny (Babyface) Edmonds to shepherd the music-driven thriller "The Lamb" for Paramount Pictures.
Twenty-six nonfiction films have been nominated for five International Documentary Association awards, which will be presented Oct. 30 at the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Rey.
The International Film Financing Conference has set Jan. 14-17 for its sixth edition. The venue will be Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and KQED Studios, San Francisco.
Claudia Schiffer will join Ben Stiller, Robert Downey Jr., Elijah Wood and Gaby Hoffman in "Black and White," from director James Toback.
The generally frenetic fall season overseas is proving to be a bonanza for exhibs, but for distribs, chaotically crowded markets threaten to diminish returns, even for some high-profile titles.
Bale back in 'Psycho' analysis Christian Bale, who was left at the altar this spring on “American Psycho” for Lions Gate Films, has suddenly emerged again as the front-runner to play the yuppie…
New Line Cinema has paid $400,000 against $800,000 for the film rights to "Feng Shui and Charlotte Nightingale," a manuscript written by commercials director Pamela Ferderbar.
Five finalists have been chosen from a field of 77 in the annual UCLA Samuel Goldwyn Writing Award competition.
AFI Fest '98 is organizing a program for screenwriters and film industry professionals in association with the Writers Guild.