Actor Colin Farrell will make his first Oscar show appearance as a presenter at the 75th Anniversary Academy Awards.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg took time out from plugging Gotham's $2 billion budget gap Thursday to wave the flag for the second installment of the Tribeca Film Festival, an event intended as much to…
"Mostly Martha" helmer Sandra Nettelbeck is prepping her first English-lingo project, "Helen," to be shot in New England.
The British Columbia government is offering new tax credits to the province's digital animation and visual effects sector as well as to film and television producers willing to shoot outside the…
Aussie vet Michael Caton ("The Castle") will topline "Strange Bedfellows," about two straight guys in a country town who pretend to be gay to fool tax collectors.
In charting the rise and fall of 1980s pro skateboarding phenom Mark "Gator" Rogowski, Helen Stickler's film doesn't cover territory all that dissimilar from the average episode of "The E! True…
The World Health Organization has accused Bollywood of enticing teenagers to light up and has asked the Indian film industry to kick the habit.
Bruce Beresford ("Evelyn"), Phillip Noyce ("Rabbit-Proof Fence") and Denzel Washington ("Antwone Fisher") are among the six helmers who will receive honors at the 54th Christopher Awards.
The 20 winners of the 11th annual Movieguide Awards will be honored at a gala ceremony March 18 in Beverly Hills. Kudos honor the producers and studio execs whose films and television shows reflect…
"Harry Potter" producer David Heyman has been named ShoWest 2003 producer of the year. Heyman will be honored at an awards gala set to close the trade show March 6.
A lame-brained, pot-smoking comedy that's genial, good-natured and more than a bit funny, Thomas Haden Church's "Rolling Kansas" does honor to the cinematic legacy of Cheech & Chong. And, since…