George Tillman Jr. is in talks to direct "Six Shooters" for producer Laurence Mark at Columbia. Action adventure pic is based on a spec script by John Enbom.
Ralph Fiennes and Donald Sutherland will star in "Land of the Blind," produced by Jon Avnet.
The films are what matters most, so Variety asked the pros who put together the AFI Festival to help steer time-strapped festgoers to some of their favorites.
Movie actors have always needed ways to pass the time on the set between takes, but Italian thesps Francesco Cabras and Alberto Molinari took the rare step of using the breaks to film a documentary.
As the nineteen-year-old AFI/Los Angeles Intl. Film Festival ready to move into the grown-up realm of top-tier festivals? That remains one of the lingering questions hovering over the event, now…
Pedro Almodovar will be attending the AFI Fest for only the second time, although the annual event -- which honors him with a tribute this year -- has screened nearly all his pictures.
Some 350 attending filmmakers, half a dozen red-carpet galas, a transportation fleet of top-of-the-line Audis, a rich new sponsorship, a name change and a first-time alliance with North America's…
FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Today, Pixar-Disney’s PG-rated ‘The Incredibles’ hopes to super-size the B.O. for year-end family fare, which has been off in recent years from its 2001 high when…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has 11 films competing in the feature-toon race, but two question marks met different fates: Warner Bros.' "The Polar Express" was included, but…
Declaring piracy "the greatest threat to the economic basis of movie-making in its 110 year-history," MPAA topper Dan Glickman officially declared Thursday that the member studios would soon begin…
Michael Shapiro is in negotiations to make his feature helming debut on "Street" at MGM. Story follows a group of street basketball players recruited to play for an NBA team whose owner has slashed…