Their craft long poorly understood, film editors now have a bigger concern: whether transforming new technologies will leave them out of the picture in movies of the future.
While celeb mags have always had to kowtow to publicists for access and exclusivity to stars, a new breed of irreverent pubs is changing that balance of power.
At age 76, China's President Jiang Zemin evidently is having trouble figuring out for how much longer to remain in power. Whatever he decides, this is a frustrating time for the Hollywood studios.
In the old days, a nun who broke her vow of chastity was bricked up in a room inside the convent and left to die. So what punishment might befit errant Dogma filmmakers?
Award-winning Taiwanese helmer Hou Hsiao-hsien has entered the film distribution business. His distribbery, Sinomovie, started two years ago as a modest production company and co-op for aspiring…
A famous writer and his son work out their troubled relationship during a trans-Euro odyssey in "A Loving Father," a substantial sophomore pic by Swiss helmer Jacob Berger in which Depardieu pere et…
In a deal valued at mid-six against low-seven figures, Doug Wright will adapt David L. Robbins' mystery-thriller "Scorched Earth" for Warner Bros. Pictures.
ENDING SUMMER WITH A BANG As summer playtime expands further into August, Sony/Revolution’s "XXX" takes aim at the month’s top bows. All but "American Pie 2" came in August’s first frame. &…