In a post-Frankfurt bidding frenzy reminiscent of "The Horse Whisperer," DreamWorks bought screen rights to the Marc Levy novel "If Only It Were True" for $2 million, with Steven Spielberg producing…
Disney said Tuesday it plans to swing its animated hit "Tarzan" onto the sell-through homevid and DVD markets Feb. 1, backed by what it calls one of its biggest marketing campaigns ever.
Five writers have been selected as recipients of the 1999 Don and Gee Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowship contest sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and the Academy Foundation.
Forty-seven years ago Tuesday -- the day Hattie McDaniel died -- the actress' wish to be buried in Hollywood was denied due to racism.
Touted as the most expensive U.S. production ever to be shot in Europe, Paramount's "Enemy at the Gates" will be made at the Babelsberg Studios on the outskirts of Berlin.
Artisan has sprung low six figures for "White Wedding," an irreverent comic spec script set in a venue in which the bride isn't the only one wearing white, and sheets would be an unnecessary wedding…
The Mouse power house roared over the weekend, dominating international box office to the tune of nearly $30 million with record bows from "Tarzan," "Runaway Bride," "The Sixth Sense," "Inspector…
The 11th annual New Orleans Film & Video Festival wrapped Thursday with a 30th-anniversary screening of the 1960s counterculture classic "Easy Rider," attended by star Peter Fonda, associate producer…
First Miracle Group and Baio/White Prods. has solidified the cast for its black comedy "Very Mean Men."
Poland's most renowned filmmakers -- among them Andrzej Wajda, Roman Polanski, Krzysztof Kieslowski, Jerzy Skolimowski and Krzysztof Zanussi -- will be the focus of UCLA Film and Television Archive's…