If Michael Eisner has his way, Disney is no more likely to sell Miramax than it would be to give up Disneyland -- with or without Bob and Harvey Weinstein at the helm.
Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill Vol. 2" will open the Moscow Intl. Film Festival on June 18, amid speculation the helmer will be on hand in the Russian capital.
Mumbai police Wednesday arrested director Kaizan Gustad ("Boom") and two others in connection with the death of assistant director Nadia Khan and a subsequent false report to police.
Danae Elon charts the search for Musa Obeidallah, the Palestinian man her parents hired to take care of her in Israel for the first 20 years of her life. Her quest leads her from her current home in…
Director of "Denise Calls Up," Hal Salwen offers another sardonic commentary on modern mores. Trio of successful, attractive women watch their klutzy, unattractive loser of a girlfriend bag hunky Mr…
Tribeca has a fetish for American movies that billboard their origins, and, in helmer-scripter Jonathan Hawley's debut outing the lover of the title is pic's city of origin, Los Angeles. Hero meets…
United Artists' Australian drama "Swimming Upstream," starring Geoffrey Rush and Judy Davis, will have its U.S. premiere as the opening film of the ninth Stony Brook Film Festival, running July 21-31…
Henri Langlois has been described in many ways -- as a "disorderly genius," the Man of Cinema, a "glutton," one who "belongs to that disappearing race of free men" and much more -- and French…
Screeners caused the big hullaballoo of Oscar season. But at the Emmys the use of screeners has quickly become business as usual, albeit with a few significant speed bumps.
Thanks to Michael Wilson and Brian Cartmell, Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" may get a little hotter. For the past 14 months, the Minneapolis-based Wilson has devoted himself to making his own…