"Rabid Dogs," the last, unfinished film of pioneering Italian horror director Mario Bava, will open a retrospective of the helmer's work running May 31-June 12 at the American Cinematheque's Egyptian…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has mailed out more than 850 applications for the 2002 Scientific and Technical Awards.
A pair of filmmaker advocacy orgs -- the Film Foundation and the Artists Rights Foundation -- have merged under the umbrella of the Directors Guild of America.
A small sweet picture that is brightened by its genuine feeling for emotional truth and human nature, "Long Way Home" marks an auspicious writing and directing debut for Peter Sollett. On its own…
DVD sales of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" passed the magic 1 million mark in Japan, the first DVD to do so, just 14 days after its May 15 release, Warner Home Video Japan announced…
Showing strong support for Hollywood on the runaway production front, the California State Assembly has backed tax credit legislation for projects filmed in California.
Young Kieran Culkin holds his own against a stellar ensemble in "Igby Goes Down," a family comedy so dark it turns "The Royal Tennebaums" into latter-day Bradys. MGM is mulling the release of this…
Cowboy Pictures will re-release "Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars," starring David Bowie.
Julie Andrews will host the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' centennial tribute to Richard Rogers on June 20.
Universal has closed deals with "Sexy Beast" director Jonathan Glazer and screenwriter Andrew Bovell for the remake of the 1999 Hideo Nakata-directed Japanese film "Chaos." Laura Bickford is…
It's Godzilla to the rescue. Last week's terrorist threat warning for the Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge apparently was issued after an Al Qaeda prisoner kept referring cryptically to the…