United Artists Pictures will be transformed into a specialty film unit as MGM makes yet another move to reinvigorate the Lion. UA president Lindsay Doran will, effective immediately, segue into a…
Proving that it is still committed to feature-length animation, Warner Bros. has greenlit "Osmosis Jones," a comedy-adventure set in the human body. The studio does not have a release date set for…
Joan Chen, the Chinese actress who made her directing debut with "Xiu Xiu: The Sent Down Girl," is negotiating to direct Richard Gere and Winona Ryder in the love story "Autumn in New York" for MGM…
A&E Network has named Ed Hersh, a 16-year veteran of ABC News, to the new position of VP, documentary programming.
The American Film Institute will honor Warner Bros. chairman Robert Daly, special effects wizard Ray Harryhausen and actress Alfre Woodard with honorary degrees at the AFI Center for Advanced Film…
The beaches of Saugatuck, Mich., will be the setting for that area's inaugural Waterfront Film Festival this weekend.
After Paramount wouldn't commit to a firm launch date on "Guam Goes to the Moon," director Ron Underwood exited the comedy.
Argentinean-born helmer Enrique Gabriel dominated the awards at the second Malaga Festival of Spanish Film, which wrapped Sunday night.
A solid, well-made thriller about Serbian terrorists who take over the U.S. embassy in Bucharest without realizing there's an atom bomb in the basement, "Enemy of My Enemy" successfully walks the…
Requiems (of both the Mozart and Faure varieties) figure prominently in the aural landscape of "The Death of Cool," Alan Pollock's wonderfully titled, well, requiem for a certain sort of social…
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