Gene Hackman will receive the 2003 Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 60th annual Golden Globes on Jan. 19.
You know it's Oscar season when a little controversy starts brewing. Paramount Classics' critically praised "Bloody Sunday" is under attack from rival campaigners. They say the film's Jan. 20…
Australian film and TV honchos urged the government to protect the industry from Hollywood incursions on Thursday when it starts talks on a free-trade pact with the U.S.
The Palm Springs Intl. Film Fest has tapped Colleen Atwood to receive its Jean Luis kudo for achievement in costume design.
411 Publishing and Media-Match.com have partnered to launch Crew411.com, an online database of more than 30,000 resumes of freelance film and TV production professionals.
A wopping 210,000 filmgoers picked up cut-price tickets to see locally made pics at Cinemark's Third Brazil Screening on Nov. 4.
Bill Plympton's animated feature "Mutant Aliens" walked off with the top prize at Spain's first Tenerife Intl. Animation Festival (Nov. 6 through Sunday).
German state film subsidy board Filmstiftung NRW has linked up with Israel's Film Fund to encourage collaboration between the two countries' film industries.
"waydowntown" director Gary Burns is returning to high rises for "A Problem With Fear," a dark comedy in which elevators, escalators and revolving doors have it in for the suits.
Luc Besson's next project as helmer is to be based on his self-penned fairy tale "Arthur et les Minimoys," which hits French stores Wednesday.