In winter 1960, Jerry Lewis, as was his habit, arrived at his Paramount office before dawn.
Winter 2003 may be remembered as the moment Sydney Pollack and Anthony Minghella's production company, Mirage Enterprises, crossed the Rubicon and blossomed as a major force.
With the arrival of Peter Jackson's trilogy-capping "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," has the time finally come for fantasy films to be legitimized by top-tier Oscar recognition?
With the potential Oscar success of this year's "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" and "The Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," we take a look at how other…
If 1996 was the year of the independent -- with such films as "Fargo," "Secrets & Lies," "Shine" and eventual winner "The English Patient" vying for the Academy's top honor -- then 2003 is shaping up…
The New York Latino Film Festival is offering a $2,000 scholarship and internship opportunity to Latino high school seniors interested in film.
Dan Bianchi of VideoTheater NYC and Shane Snipes of Indieville organized an indie film "summit" in December to discuss and drum up support for a network of Gotham's indie groups, which they have…
The Entertainment Industries Council has selected two student winners for its Prism Generation Next Grand Fellowships. The program instructs college-level screenwriting students on the importance of…
Indian documentary filmmakers are launching a nonprofit trade org to promote commercial interests of Indian docu producers.
It's official: 2003 was a yawn at the box office. At least that seems the collective response of American moviegoers, with admissions off almost 5%.