In her capacity as vice president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences and a two-term president of the Producers Guild of America, Kathleen Kennedy helped lead the way in defining what…
Months before the Olympics came to Los Angeles in the summer of 1984, Frank Marshall noticed a newspaper ad looking for people to run with the Olympic torch. The cost: $1,000 for a quarter mile, with…
Awards season buzz and Brad Pitt's enduring box office appeal saw "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" open top in Italy and hold top in Germany and Spain this weekend at the European box office.
Geoff Gilmore, a central figure in the evolution of the indie film biz, has ended his 19-year run atop the Sundance Film Festival to take a top exec post at Tribeca Enterprises.
Business is shaping up well for German players following last week's European Film Market at the Berlinale, with a slew of deals for international sales companies and domestic theatrical distribs…
Propelled by Paris sales company Rezo, Russian epic "The Admiral" sailed to multiple major territories at the Berlin Film Festival.
Robert Towne will be presented with the AFI Dallas Star Award at this year's fest, which runs March 26-April 2.
Halle Berry has become attached to star in "Who Is Doris Payne," a Eunetta Boone-scripted fact-based film about an international jewel thief whose career spanned five decades.
Elton John's Rocket Pictures hopes to make the first Jane Austen adaptation to which men will drag their girlfriends.
"The Departed" scribe William Monahan has been set by Paramount to adapt John Grisham's bestselling legal thriller "The Associate" as a star vehicle for Shia LaBeouf.
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" topped the Korean box office chart with $2 million from 462,000 admissions. But a small documentary, "Old Partner," has been drawing all the attention.