British character actor Hedley Mattingly, who appeared in numerous TV shows and a few films during the 1960s, died Tuesday of cancer in Encino. He was 83. Born in London, Mattingly acted in various…
Jon Voight will star in Paramount and MTV Films' high-school football comedy "Varsity Blues," which begins lensing April 17.
MetaCreations Corp. has selected 24 finalists for the third Annual Teen Digital Movie-Making Competition to screen as part of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which begins Thursday and…
The 29th NAACP Image Awards feasted on "Soul Food," handing out three prizes to the Fox 2000 film and two to its music.
After breaking an endless series of box office records, “Titanic” this week crossed over the ultimate threshhold: To no one’s surprise, it became the first film to pass $1 billion in worldwide…
Mexican helmer Alfonso Cuaron's "Great Expectations" will kick off the 13th muestra, or showcase, of Mexican cinema in Guadalajara, March 6-12.
Character actor Ken Olfson, who assayed comedy roles on numerous TV shows beginning in the 1970s, died Jan. 13 of a heart attack in Los Angeles. He was 60.
International sales rights to Italian director Alessandro D'Alatri's revisionist Biblical drama, "The Garden of Eden," have been acquired by Le Studio Canal Plus, the Paris-based sales arm of the…
Jackie Machlis, wife of producer Neil A. Machlis, died Jan. 2 of unreported causes in Northridge. She was 51.
Playing on 5,698 screens in 48 territories, Fox Intl./Paramount's phenom "Titanic" minted $45 million last weekend -- propelling its foreign cume to $583 million, streaking past the previous all-time…
Lloyd Allen, a retired assistant director and unit production manager, died Jan. 21 at the Motion Picture & Television Hospital in Woodland Hills following a lengthy illness. He was 79.