Dawn Keezer, director of the Pittsburgh Film Office, was elected chairwoman of the new national film commission, Film U.S., during the organization's first formal meeting in Washington, D.C.
In the latest round of last-minute changes to the summer schedule, Paramount has shifted the release dates of three pics.
Joshua Rose has ankled the executive veepee post at f/x house VisionArt Design & Animation to launch his own indie production shingle, Whisdom Entertainment Inc.
Adam Goldberg, last seen as the Jewish soldier in "Saving Private Ryan," will play poet Allen Ginsberg in "Beat," an indie film about the beat generation written and directed by Gary Walkow ("The…
Omar Epps is in negotiations to star in New Line's hoopster romance "Love and Basketball."
Pixar Animation Studios on Tuesday announced the May start date for "Monsters, Inc.," its next computer-animated co-production with Disney, tentatively skedded for 2001.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has named Torene Svitil as credits coordinator.
Just as TV networks have been forced to reshuffle their skeds to keep kids with guns off primetime, the effect of the Littleton, Colo., tragedy is also being felt in the film-development community.
Screenwriters Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson ("Rushmore"), Scott Frank ("Out of Sight"), David McKenna ("American History X") and Don Roos ("The Opposite of Sex") are among the nominees for PEN Center…
After tackling nuclear terrorism, global destruction and emergency medical procedures, director Mimi Leder may turn her attention to "The Glory of Love," a comedy written by her brother Reuben Leder.
Director Oliver Stone and his producing partner, Dan Halsted, will dissolve their Illusion Entertainment shingle, they announced. Stone has decided to shed his role of producing films directed by…