The 49th Berlin International Film Festival (Feb. 10-21) is dedicating its annual retrospective to the films of Hollywood director and producer Otto Preminger, the festival announced Wednesday.
More than 60 shorts in six categories will compete at the second annual Shorts Intl. Film Festival, which will unspool Nov. 9-11 at Loews Cineplex's Sony Lincoln Square Theater in Gotham.
Thora Birch, Wes Bentley and Mena Suvari have been cast as the young trio surrounding Kevin Spacey and Annette Bening in the Sam Mendes-directed black comedy “American Beauty.” The DreamWorks film…
Sara Gilbert, who played the wise-cracking daughter on "Roseanne," has inked to co-star in 20th Century Fox's "Light It Up" and to star in and produce two TV skeins, "Even the Losers" for MTV Prods…
It looks like Jack Nicholson will be making back-to-back appearances at the Golden Globes. This year's winner for best actor in a comedy or musical will be next year's recipient of the Hollywood…
"Windhorse," the acclaimed pro-Tibetan film pulled last week by its director from the upcoming Hawaii Intl. Film Festival, will be shown after all.
The new kid on the New York film production block is Sibling Rivalry Entertainment, formed by writer-director JD Shapiro and his three sisters.
Quadra Entertainment has revamped its long-gestating futuristic actioner "The Mutant Chronicles" as a high-powered European co-production under the helm of Roger Christian ("Nostradamus").
MR Film is producing Europe's first Imax picture, "The Wonder of the White Horses." The film traces the history of the famous Lippizzan horses and Vienna's 400-year-old Spanish Riding School.
Move over Salma, here comes Thalia. Mexico's most successful TV actress of the 1990s, Thalia (pronounced Ta-lee-a) has pacted with Kushner-Locke to star in an English-lingo romantic comedy.
New Yorker Films has acquired U.S. rights to Mohsen Makhmalbaf's "The Silence" and Robert Lepage's "No," which both screened at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
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