Schlock cinema of the 1960s and '70s gets an affectionate sendup in "The Independent," an amusing trifle aimed squarely at anyone who fondly recalls the low-budget, high-concept quickies of New World…
Turner Classic Movies has scheduled a documentary on the women directors, writers and producers of the early days of Hollywood. Docu "Without Lying Down" will be part of an August festival of movies…
After eight years with Paramount Pictures-based Scott Rudin Prods., company prexy Adam Schroeder is ankling the company.
The Odyssean photographic career and poignantly forlorn private life of Edward S. Curtis are charted with impressive sensitivity by Anne Makepeace in this overdue and very welcome docu portrait…
TF1, France's leading private network, is taking a controlling stake in Telema, one of the country's hottest film production outfits.
Meg Ryan is in talks with Paramount's Mandalay Pictures to topline "Beyond Borders."
The courage necessary to forge down the artistic path has rarely been more passionately explored in documentary film than in Todd Robinson's elegiac "Amargosa." By any measure, it's the definitive…
Fresh off wrapping production on Joel Schumacher's "Tigerland," Colin Farrell is jumping in the saddle to play the title character in "Jesse James" for Morgan Creek Prods. Pic, to be produced by…
A dearth of major U.S. studio fare, a surfeit of Asian pics, plus many of the usual suspects and plenty of long, long movies are the principal markers of this year's Cannes Film Festival, whose 53rd…
At Yamashiro restaurant overlooking Hollywood, the sixth annual Los Angeles Independent Film Festival feted the dramatic film "What Happened to Tully" on Tuesday morning plus the docs "Keep the River…