Italy has chosen two-time Oscar winner Roberto Benigni's fairy tale "Pinocchio" as its entry for a foreign-lingo film nomination for the Academy Awards.
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Star-helmer Denzel Washington kept his opening remarks brief at the U.S. preem of "Antwone Fisher." He interrupted a lengthy intro of AFI Fest sponsors by fest director Christian Gaines with a simple…
In a first for the James Bond franchise, MGM plans to spinoff a spy vehicle based around the character of Jinx, played by Halle Berry in the upcoming installment in the series, "Die Another Day."
Bruce Willis has committed to star in "Hostage," the adaptation of the Robert Crais novel that Joe Roth's Revolution Studios picked up in turnaround from MGM.
Exhibition consolidation continues, with Loews Cineplex parent Onex poised to snap up the Landmark specialty chain and Cablevision finally attracting a few offers for Clearview Cinemas.
Motion graphics vet Rex Cook has founded motion-graphics and design studio AvatarLabs, based in Encino. The company's initial projects are for graphics on "Still Standing" on CBS and "James Cameron's…
Fittingly for a magical film, unseasonably mild weather greeted the domestic debut of "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets."
In March 1956, Jesus de Galindez, the Spanish Republican exile disappeared and was never seen again. In "Galindez," documaker Ana Diez weaves a dark narrative of political corruption, composed…
Jose Luis Garci's rose-tinted period romancer, "Story of a Kiss," reps the veteran director's finest work since his Oscar-winning "Starting Over." Pic is underpinned by fine perfs, an accomplished…
Who was Jose Rizal? Hero? Coward? Revolutionary? Some combination of these things? Such questions are posed, but never answered by Mike de Leon's "3rd World Hero." But it is the suggestion of this…