The New Yorker is going to the movies, with a new 18-film series at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theater. Event will kick off with the premiere of Woody Allen's "Sweet and Lowdown" on Nov. 20.
Director Luc Besson and actress Faye Dunaway were on hand as "Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc" opened the 12th edition of the Tokyo Intl. Film Festival.
FERA, the influential European Film Directors Federation, has called on EU culture commissioner Viviane Reding to pursue a bold and ambitious agenda for ensuring the development of the 15-member…
On the strength of surprise hit "Double Jeopardy," Paramount won the October B.O. race with 21% of the total take. Overall grosses of $505.2 million rose 11% over the same month in 1998.
Michael Rapaport has signed on to the Par/DreamWorks comedy “Numbers” for director Nora Ephron. Rapaport joins Tim Roth, John Travolta and Lisa Kudrow in the Adam Resnick-penned film about a lottery…
Pedro Almodovar's "All About My Mother" has been selected by the Spanish Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as Spain's candidate for the best foreign-language film Oscar.
Mighty Mouse House distrib BVI dominated a mixed frame, raking in well over $40 million this past week with a swag of record international bows, matched only by "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom…
Tales of wildlife movement from the islands of the Galapagos, child abduction and a revisionist take on the murder of JFK took center stage Friday at the 15th annual Intl. Documentary Awards, held at…
New Line Pictures has picked up the rights to fast-food comedy "Burger Wuss," the new novel from author M.T. Anderson.
Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment are finalizing a deal with "The Iron Giant" helmer Brad Bird to develop the feature version of "Curious George."