A rather forced candy-colored comic fantasy located somewhere between Kevin Smith's "Dogma" and punky Teutonic camp, Thorsten Wettcke's debut feature, "A Goddamn Job," earns more points for offbeat…
The American Cinema Editors have tapped veteran editors Antony Gibbs and George D. Watters as this year's winners of its Lifetime Achievement Awards.
Jon and Erich Hoeber will write "Alice," a feature film to be directed by Wes Craven and produced by Craven's partner, Marianne Maddalena, for Dimension Films.
Storyline Entertainment partners Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have acquired screen rights for New York Times columnist Frank Rich's memoir "Ghost Light," setting the film up at Disney and ABC.
Robert Altman picked up his honorary Golden Bear for lifetime achievement Sunday night at the 52nd Berlin Intl. Film Festival before the out-of-competition screening of "Gosford Park."
Speculation and confusion over who will take the helm of the Venice Intl. Film Festival this fall intensified in Italy over the weekend as one leading candidate prematurely claimed the job as hers…
United Artists Pictures has greenlit "Nicholas Nickleby," a new film version of the classic Charles Dickens novel, with Douglas McGrath ("Emma") to write and direct and Charlie Hunnam ("Adaptation")…
Whether testimony to its Teuton topliner or an action-prone public, Arnold Schwarzenegger's terrorist-fighting turn in "Collateral Damage" seems to have suffered little from Sept. 11 fall-out.
Peter Bart: The Backlot
Jean Prewitt has been promoted to CEO of AFMA (formally the American Film Marketing Assn.), the trade org for the worldwide indie film and TV industry, which has 150 member companies.