Attractively designed, energetically performed and, above all, blessedly concise, this adaptation of one of the most popular American kids' books walks the safe side of surrealism with its fur-flying…
LIT HITS FOR THE HOLIDAYS "Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat" kicks off the year-end holiday frame today – a period where films based on literary sources have flourished over the past five…
Road movie "Japanese Story" was the big story at the Australian Film Institute's 2003 awards handed out Friday night, taking home eight trophies.
Gina Kilberg has been appointed senior VP, worldwide marketing and distribution, for Village Roadshow Pictures Entertainment.
With Piers Handling set to step down as director of the Toronto Intl. Film Festival to concentrate on his role as CEO, speculation is rife as to who will land the job as co-director of the…
Leaders throughout Hollywood roundly condemned the New York Post for obtaining and then screening a bootlegged film for a news story. The heads of three studios as well as producer Brian Grazer and…
Rachael Horovitz, a New York-based exec with Revolution Studios for the past 2½ years, has exited the company to produce and develop films for Longfellow Pictures/Sidney Kimmel Entertainment.
Dick Wolf will explore law and order on the bigscreen. Paramount has bought screen rights to the Chuck Hogan novel "The Town" for Wolf Films to produce.
Boffo movies and cash-pumping cable webs helped the Mouse House post substantial profit gains for its final quarter and fiscal year on Thursday. Disney reported $415 million in net income for the…
"Sunset Junction" documents how a gay street fair organizer and his crew interact with mostly Latino youth to steer clear of surrounding gang life in the months leading up to the 2001 edition of the…
The Los Angeles branch of Women in Film has opted to forgo its Crystal & Lucy Awards tradition this year -- feting a bevy of femmes in the film and TV arenas at once -- and instead will focus on two…
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