Runaway production from the United States helped drive film and TV production spending in the Canadian province of Ontario to a record high of C$934 million ($646 million). The 1999 production total…
Charlize Theron is near a deal to star alongside Keanu Reeves in the remake of the 1968 film "Sweet November" for Warner Bros. and Bel Air.
Ving Rhames will be honored as ShoWest 2000 supporting actor of the year for his work in two 1999 films, Martin Scorsese's "Bringing Out the Dead" and the Sean Connery hit "Entrapment."
A local branch of a prominent anti-bias organization has honored writer-director Gregory Nava, the Writers Guild of America West and WGAW president John Wells with awards for promoting diversity in…
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Art Directors announced Tuesday that it has changed its name officially to the Art Directors Guild, its unofficial designation for many years.
Jane Fonda has been named a presenter for the Oscar 2000 telecast, which will mark her first appearance on the show since 1992.
Four-time Emmy nominee Patricia Richardson (“Home Improvement”) will star in the indie feature “Viva Las Nowhere.” She’ll portray twins in the dark comedy about a would-be country singer. Richardson…
Kevin Spacey starrer "The Big Kahuna" will kick off the 15th annual Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival, which has packed 20 world and 16 U.S. preems in its screening lineup.
New Line Cinema has seized domestic distribution rights to writer-director Todd Solondz's untitled next project, to be produced by Gotham-based Christine Vachon and Ted Hope.
Paramount has paid six figures for the screen rights to "The Man Who Loved Cat Burgling," an article by Skip Hollandsworth that appears in the February issue of Texas Monthly, for Lynda Obst Prods…
Robert Friedman, former prexy of the AMC Entertainment Motion Picture Group, has signed on as a consultant to production house Ray-Art Studios.