He's tried and tried again, but this time Mike Figgis has finally done it: The form is the content in "Timecode," a fascinating, sometimes exhilarating, experiment in which four continuous shots…
In the wake of "Blair Witch" marketing maven John Hegemann's departure, Artisan is naming Leanne Gayner as senior veep of marketing for Artisan Pictures. A former publicist for Orion and MGM/United…
After reaching a career impasse with the disastrous "Revolution" and the little-seen "Lost Angels," Brit director Hugh Hudson rebounds, to an extent, with "I Dreamed of Africa." Visually gratifying…
Academy Award winner James Coburn has signed to star opposite Rob Lowe in "Proximity" for Joel Silver's Zinc Pictures.
Nylon Films, a division of N.Y.-based Natural Nylon Films, has inked Mark Ruffalo ("You Can Count on Me"), Kathleen Robertson ("Beverly Hills, 90210") and Maya Stange ("In a Savage Land") to star in…
Paramount has found its favorite Marcia for the lead female role in the CBS pilot "From Where I Sit." Marcia Gay Harden will play Sharon, a high school sex education teacher and the wife of…
The Cannes Film Festival's Directors' Fortnight, the independently run section traditionally focusing on edgier fare, unveils today a program of 24 features strong on geographical diversity.
A teenage boy who allegedly stabbed his father and stepmother 24 hours after seeing "Scream 3" on its opening night in France has been charged with attempted murder.
Denzel Washington has committed to star in the everyman-themed drama "John Q" for New Line Cinema, with Nick Cassavetes attached to direct. Details of the deal have yet to be finalized and it remains…
A federal judge in Los Angeles has thrown out a lawsuit filed by director Tony Kaye against New Line Cinema and the Directors Guild of America over their refusal to remove Kaye's name from "American…