Fox Entertainment Group, the parent company of Twentieth Century Fox, is dealing with some 21st-century security problems: Fox Entertainment Group information technology worker Lisa Yamamoto has…
PayPal creator and former chief operating officer David Sacks is trying his hand at producing.
“Private Benjamin,” released in 1980, was directed by Howard Zieff; “Father of the Bride,” released in 1991,” was directed by Charles Shyer. Nancy Meyers was a writer and producer on both pics…
Producer Adrian Askarieh's Prime Universe Prods. has signed a two-year first-look deal with comicbook company Devil's Due Publishing.
The saga of African slaves in New York should be gripping, but in "Then I'll Be Free to Travel Home," the viewer drifts into boredom. Pic focuses on a burial ground in Manhattan with the remains of…
Producer Gavin Polone's Pariah shingle has sealed a deal with Lantern Lane Entertainment to handle theatrical release of his pic "Seeing Other People."
If Michael Deet's personal, quirky docu is to be taken at face value, it appears that New Zealand is currently being taken over by hobbits on one end of the archipelago, and by hip hoppers on the…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
Melvin Van Peebles, who entered filmmaking after moving to France as a young man, will be honored with the international lifetime achievement award at ShoWest 2004.
Balanced, evenhanded film about a subject who has always managed to provoke intemperate reactions: Imelda Marcos, the former first lady of the Philippines. Subject offers herself up to thorough…
Designed to be an insider's account of hip hop culture, doc works up a lather in the visual department, but is so scattered and cursory that it inadvertently ends up making the hip hop scene appear…