Cats & Dogs" is a mangy, moth-eaten affair that barks up the wrong trees on both the narrative and technical sides.
Woody Allen is casting against type. Legendarily averse to promoting his films, Allen has agreed to bring his New York-based clarinet westward for the first time ever -- all to promote his new pic…
Once the heir-apparent to DreamWorks Pictures' production throne, a jilted Glenn Williamson is understood to be in talks to join USA Films as a senior-level production exec.
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Coline Serreau, who directed the original French film "Three Men and a Baby" has been named president of French filmmakers association ARP.
Paramount and United Intl. Pictures have agreed to make cuts to "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider" in order to secure a 12 rating in the U.K.
Financially troubled film group Advanced Medien has reported first-quarter losses of 3 million euros ($2.58 million) compared to a profit of around $60,000 in the same period last year.
Union reps at Gaumont, unhappy with the company's recent merger with Pathe to create exhib giant EuroPalaces, called for a national strike to be held Sunday, the first day of France's Fete du Cinema.
Notching up another success after the national David di Donatello film awards in April and the Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or in May, Nanni Moretti's "The Son's Room" was named best film at the 56th…
Blum Israel Prods. has optioned "The Experiment," the second novel from New York Times culture editor John Darnton, in a deal that could reach seven figures if the film is made.
"How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog," written and directed by Michael Kalesniko, won the Avignon Film Festival's competition devoted to American films June 27.