One of the early contenders for the best picture Oscar, "Road to Perdition," has been scheduled for a DVD/video release by DreamWorks just in time for Oscar nom voting, which closes Feb. 25.
Bernard Myerson, 84, former president-CEO of Loews Theaters and long one of the prime forces in the exhibition field, died Nov. 13 of heart failure at his home in Rancho Mirage. He had been in…
France's Culture Minister Jean-Jacques Aillagon was at the center of a bitter row over public broadcasting Wednesday, as striking staff from pubcaster France Televisions demonstrated in front of his…
Sony Entertainment Television has bagged the telecast rights for Hindi-lingo blockbuster "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham" (Sometimes Happiness, Sometimes Sorrow) to air New Year's Eve.
Denmark may abandon its system of public support for film production -- which has become the model for other Scandinavian countries -- after allegations of favoritism.
Former top Italian film mogul Vittorio Cecchi Gori was released from house arrest Tuesday after a Florence judge revoked an Oct. 29 sentence.
The Pusan Promotion Panel project market wrapped Wednesday night with Korean auteur Hong Sangsoo's unnamed fifth feature and "The Best of Our Times," produced by Taiwan's veteran helmer Hou…
Warner Bros. has asked Snoop Dogg to play the most famous snitch from '70s TV. The rapper-actor has been offered the role of Huggy Bear in the bigscreen version of cult skein "Starsky and Hutch"…
Adam Sandler isn't the only one at Endeavor who might be appearing in "Anger Management" sometime soon. Endeavor tal-ent agent Darren Statt, who represents Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson among others…
The second installment of Gotham's Tribeca Film Festival is getting a new director, a new set of dates and, possibly, a very different collection of films for its 2003 edition.