A joint venture between vet actor Gosta Ekman and his wife, Marie-Louise, "Asta Nilsson's Company" is a slow-moving, obscure drama that feels much longer than its tight running-time. Title should…
After two months of taking potshots at each other over finances, the Writers Guild of America branches have achieved a small truce in the nasty battle.
Fox publicity vet Florence Grace has been named senior VP of publicity for TriStar Pictures, Sony's recently revived marketing, production and acquisitions label.
Ferzan Ozpetek's social drama "Sacred Heart" and Giovanni Veronesi's romantic comedy "Manual of Love" lead the race for Italy's Davide di Donatello film awards, with 12 nominations each.
A cavalcade of implausibilities with enough excess atmosphere to repair a hole in the ozone layer, "The Empire of the Wolves" is "The Bourne Identity" meets "Seven" meets "The Silence of..." -- oh…
Federal Communications Commission member Michael Copps urged Hollywood guilds and activists not to become complacent in their battle to curb media consolidation during an address Sunday night, saying…
Slain Dutch helmer Theo van Gogh's "Submission, Part I" will not unspool at the Locarno Film Festival despite demands from local pols to screen the controversial short to defend freedom of expression.
An official announcement isn't due until July and Disney's PR machine is keeping mum, but details about the shape and size of the new Miramax are trickling out anyway.
Tributes to Joan Allen, Taylor Hackford and "Million Dollar Baby" scribe Paul Haggis will highlight this year's San Francisco Film Festival.
Beyonce Knowles is negotiating to star in DreamWorks' "Dreamgirls," the Bill Condon-directed adaptation of the Broadway hit that's a thinly veiled story of the rise of Diana Ross and the Supremes.
TORONTO - A steady -- if high -- Canadian dollar, lower prices, heftier tax breaks and hungrier locals seem to be alleviating some of the panic that had been spreading across the Canadian film and TV…