John Gregory Dunne, the journalist and novelist who memorably chronicled the Hollywood movie industry in his 1969 book "The Studio" and went on to write for film, died on Tuesday night. He was 71.
Jonathan Mostow will direct a Paramount remake of the 1966 John Frankenheimer film "Seconds," after he does a page one rewrite. Hal Lieberman will produce along with Mace Neufeld.
Prague's 11-year-old Febio Festival enters its second decade on a firm financial footing. Fest, which runs Jan. 22-30, has signed its first three-year contract with main sponsor CSOB Bank.
This year 254 feature-length films are eligible for best picture at the 76th annual Academy Awards. Nomination ballots and a complete list of eligible films were mailed to Acad members this week.
Mel's Cite du Cinema, already one of Canada's leading film studios, just got bigger, thanks to the acquisition of two other Montreal studio complexes.
The traditional immigrant drama is turned on its head in Neco Celik's impressive debut feature "Everyday." Pic chronicles the travails of a certifiably dysfunctional German family. Celik endows the…
Screenwriter Garner Simmons has asked California Labor Commissioner Arthur Lujan to intervene in his complaint against the WGA West over its refusal to arbitrate his claim of a writing credit on…
Peter Schwerin has been named VP of production and development at Double Nickel Entertainment, reporting to Jenette Kahn and Adam Richman.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" leads the list of nominees for the 2003 awards presented by the Online Film Critics Society.
Wisecracking TV sidekick Laurent Baffie pulls off a sort of thinking man's "Jackass: The Movie" in his writing/helming debut, "The Car Keys," a rollickingly silly exercise in sending up filmmaking…
Nomination ballots for the 76th Academy Awards were mailed Monday to the 5,803 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.