Elmer Bernstein, the Oscar-winning composer whose music graced such 1950s and '60s classics as "The Man With the Golden Arm," "The Magnificent Seven," "To Kill a Mockingbird" and "The Great Escape,"…
The 2004 Palm Springs Festival of Short Films will celebrate its 10th year with 308 pics selected from more than 2,000 entries. Event will be held Aug. 31-Sept. 6 in Palm Springs.
Just for Variety: Kevin Spacey will head out on a 12-city U.S. concertour, singing "An Evening Celebrating the Music of Bobby Darin."
Exhibs in the south Indian state of Karnataka have been forced to delay the release of Hollywood and Bollywood films by seven weeks to protect the local industry.
The Art Directors Guild has tapped three-time Oscar nominee William J. Creber to receive its lifetime achievement award.
German box-office revenue grew by 1.4% to E420 million ($518 million) in the first six months of the year.
The Bermuda Film Festival has joined the list of fewer than 50 festivals worldwide certified as qualifying festivals for the short film Oscar.
Gary Ross will deliver the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Marvin Borowsky Lecture on Screenwriting on Sept. 10 in the Acad's Samuel Goldwyn Theater.
IFP/Los Angeles is now accepting submissions for the 2005 Independent Spirit Awards, with a deadline of Sept. 17.
Paul Allen's Vulcan Prods. has completed principal photography on psychological thriller "Hard Candy," toplining Patrick Wilson and newcomer Ellen Page.