Debuting filmmaker Gina Prince-Bythewood shows an admirable command of the technical aspects of filmmaking in "Love and Basketball," a slick romantic drama about two L.A. athletes. Aiming to please…
FilmFour has tapped into the wealth of the German market by inking a major co-production and distribution deal with Berlin-based Senator Film.
"Happy Accidents" is a strenuous bit of whimsy, a romantic comedy whose charms feel like the result of very hard work. Brad Anderson, world premiering his film at Sundance just as he did "The Darien…
HAL Films, the U.K. production venture headed by David Aukin, Colin Leventhal and Trea Hoving, is expected to announce later this week that it is splitting from Miramax Films.
Steven Spielberg has been named the 29th recipient of the Directors Guild of America lifetime achievement award and the first to be honored since the DGA removed D.W. Griffith's name from its highest…
French scribe Jean-Claude Carriere will receive the Writers Guild of America's Screen Laurel award, the first time a foreign-language scenarist will take the WGA's highest honor.
Oscar nomination ballots are due by 5 p.m. (PST) Friday in the Los Angeles office of PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Michael Clarke Duncan has been named ShoWest 2000 male star of tomorrow for his turn as supernaturally gifted death-row inmate John Coffey in "The Green Mile."
Though its lone new release in January was the limited Imax engagement of "Fantasia/2000," Disney notched a victory in the month's domestic B.O. market share race.
Trouble hit the production of Deepa Mehta's "Water," which was to start filming at the end of last month in the holy Hindu city of Benares.
While Americans were absorbed by the Super Bowl, folks overseas had no such distraction last weekend as "American Beauty," "Sleepy Hollow," "Double Jeopardy," "The World Is Not Enough" and "Stuart…