There's always "The Shipping News." In a business that bathes in hype, it's inevitable that every year some movies just run out of steam come Oscar time.
For most of their existence, TV and radio film critics have been looked at askance by the high priests of print criticism at such outlets as the New Yorker, New York Times and Film Comment…
Paramount Pictures has tapped tyro scribes Josh Lobis and Darin Moiselle to pen "Dear Delilah," a romantic comedy vehicle for Matthew McConaughey.
Rarely has an infant company caused the big boys so much anxiety on Oscar night as Focus Features did earlier this year when its "The Pianist" walked away with three major awards and made the…
For Paul Newman, the seventh time was the charm. Elizabeth Taylor nearly had to die to get her first. Tough guy James Cagney had to sing and dance for his.
The fall season motored along nicely over the weekend as the top trio -- "Finding Nemo," "The Matrix Revolutions" and "Love Actually" -- pulled in more than $60 million combined overseas, according…
Plan B in the ongoing screener battle may be kicking into action. While the studios and their specialty divisions have been vetoed by the MPAA ruling from sending screeners, producers in many cases…
Paul Neinstein has been promoted to exec VP of Spyglass Entertainment and has become a partner in the company.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has selected film scholars from Brandeis U. and the U. of California at Santa Cruz as 2003 Academy Film Scholars.
Fear and optimism were the conflicting emotions experienced by many Australian screen producers as their four-day annual confab wrapped Friday at the Center for the Moving Image.
"La Fin du regne animal" (The End of the Animal Kingdom), a first feature by French helmer Joel Brisse, won the main prize at the 21st Turin Film Festival, Italy's preeminent event dedicated to young…
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