On the East Coast, spa visitors are more likely to run into bird watching and horse-drawn sleigh rides than trendy treatments with heated rocks and lemongrass-scented sweat lodges favored on the West…
Warner Bros. has purchased playwright-turned-screenwriter Andrew Osborne's pitch "Dramarama" for producer Andrew Lazar's Mad Chance Prods., while granting the scribe a first-look deal on a second pic.
Seattle's location on the Puget Sound bay gives a visitor many choices of beckoning scenery and the opportunity to view abundant marine life.
Actress and comedienne Sandra Bernhard will serve as master of ceremonies for the IFP Gotham Awards, to be held Sept. 22 at the IFP' gala benefit at New York' Chelsea Piers.
The masters program of the 24th Toronto Intl. Film Festival will feature 13 films from internationally renowned filmmakers. They include Peter Greenaway's "Eight and a Half Women," Carlos Saura's…
Woody Allen's "Sweet and Lowdown," a couple of the Fiennes clan and the "Cider House Rules" will make the trek north to Canada as fest director Piers Handling unveiled the final program for the 1999…
Within a two hour drive of San Francisco are getaway spots to please even the most jaded traveler: the Napa and Sonoma Valleys, Carmel and Monterey peninsula and Big Sur.
"Titanic" has once again sailed into the Hollywood record books, this time as the bestselling DVD to date, with more than 1 million units shipped to retailers as of Tuesday.
After 10 days of Sundance Film Festival indoor hyperactivity, it's time to venture out.
After an extended search for a screenwriter, Will Smith's Universal-based Overbrook Entertainment has enlisted Geoff Rodkey to adapt the Bryan Burrough-penned novel "Dragon Heart."
Most visitors to Venice come seeking canals, fine films and Bellinis. But few stay long enough to explore the outlying areas, which is home to some of Italy's most famous mud. It sounds better when…