Antwone Fisher, who turned his moving life story into a motion picture screenplay, has been named screenwriter of the year for ShoWest 2003.
The pic "Antwone Fisher" isn't only a tearjerker -- it's a peacemaker as well. Later this month, Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) will join up with one of her husband's archrivals, House Majority Leader…
Oliver Stone's "Alexander the Great" will be a purely European production, according to Internationalmedia topper Moritz Bormann, speaking at the Berlin Intl. Film Fest on Saturday.
Jose Covo, the former head of PolyGram Audiovisual, is to head UFD, Fox's French distribution joint venture with Gallic film group UGC.
"Daredevil" sizzled over the long holiday weekend with a chart-topping $47.3 million in estimated four-day box office, but an East Coast blizzard threw a wet blanket over portions of comix actioner's…
Slovene director von Stefan Arsenijeviè's "[A] Torzija" ([A]Torsion), which scooped the Golden Berlin Bear for Best International Short Feb. 14, will screen in competish at this year's Belgrade Film…
In what has been the most politically-charged Berlin Int'l. Film Festival in recent memory, "In This World," Michael Winterbottom's faux-docu drama about two young Afghani refugees journeying to seek…
Do not adjust your TV sets. The flood of new ads promoting pics like "Chicago," "Gangs of New York" and "The Hours" does not mean they are just now arriving in theaters. If you live in Gotham or…
In the beginning, decisions about where to shoot a movie were easy to make: It was always the backlot. Now, several factors are changing all that.
It's been a fab February so far, thanks to a slew of local heroes plus the runaway success of "Catch Me If You Can," last week's fiery bow by "Red Dragon" in Japan and jaunty world preems by "The…
They may not be in Blighty anymore, but expatriate Brits in the U.S. are not about to be left out of the increasingly important BAFTA action.