Cary Woods' Independent Pictures has acquired all rights to "The Assassination of Richard M. Nixon," aka "Killing Dick." Niels Mueller and Kevin Kennedy's script will be produced by director…
Australia's "Head On" and the Showtime production "Blind Faith" were cited as the best international and American features, respectively, at the conclusion of Outfest '99 Sunday evening. "The Most…
Nearly three years after it began its tortuous journey to the big screen, director Stanley Kubrick's final film, "Eyes Wide Shut," opened at No. 1 with a solid $22.8 million.
"The Phantom Menace" blasted into Japan, Argentina and Israel last week, while "The Mummy" socked South Korea, and "The Matrix" blitzed Belgium, Norway and Finland.
Nine incumbent members of the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences have been returned by their branches for additional three-year terms.
James Bond is getting yet another makeover on homevideo.
"Eyes Wide Shut" may have won the box-office crown for wide releases, but for many industry observers the weekend's biggest eye-opener was Artisan's horror mockumentary, "The Blair Witch Project."
Stephen Herek, the acclaimed helmer of such pictures as "Mr. Holland's Opus" and "101 Dalmatians," has chosen a new line of action.
Paramount-based producers MTV Films and Alphaville have jointly acquired an untitled comedy pitch from scribe Danny Fischer.
The Hollywood chapter of the International Animated Film Society is now accepting noms for its 27th annual Annie Awards.