The Costume Designers Guild has tapped 18 nominees in four feature and television categories for its excellence-in-costume-design awards.
As anyone who's getting in slope time at Sundance knows, it's always best to fall uphill. Plunging face-first into some snow is the presciently monickered "Nobody's Baby," which aims somewhere…
Merchant Ivory Prods. has begun shooting "The Mystic Masseur," its 46th film, on location in Trinidad.
Hollywood groaned when Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) reannointed himself Capitol Hill's cultural conscience and promised to legislate the entertainment industry into further submission. Then…
John Malone's pay TV network Starz! has pulled in Shooting Gallery as a linchpin of the most elaborate programming strategy yet for Starz! Cinema, the channel's 20-month-old mini-pay clone.
Canadian brothers Peter and Paul Lalonde return to the "end days" genre with "Left Behind," another drama purportedly inspired by Biblical prophesies. Pic is aimed squarely at the Christian…
The Cannes Intl. Film Festival has renewed its contract with Canal Plus for three years.
LONDON — After six months in London, Jan. 30 was the first day I regretted being in Europe. Being here meant I wouldn’t be at the Paramount lot in Hollywood on Feb. 4 when a wide, wild, jumbled mix…
What auds in Britain and Mexico want is Mel Gibson, and they dined out on the Gibson starrer "What Women Want" over the weekend. Meanwhile, auds in Germany, Australia and Argentina showed they can't…
Ten years and a week after Hannibal Lecter was last seen sauntering off for a meal, he's back, his enthusiastic eating habits quite intact. Although "Hannibal" lacks several elements that made its…
The Danish Film Institute has appointed Lars Feilberg head of production and development to succeed Thomas Stenderup, the main target of local producers' criticism of org's management.