The convergence of technology spawned by Gotham's Silicon Alley with the creative energy of the television, film and commercial production community is a hot topic.
Four Brits and Mexican screenwriter Carlos Cuaron are among the dozen semi-finalists from Europe and Latin America for the annual Sundance/NHK international filmmakers awards.
New York City's larger studio facilities continue to benefit from the growth of film and television production activity in the region, and at least two developers believe there will be enough…
Lumiere Intl. has begun production on "The Magic of Marciano," a drama written and directed by Tony Barbieri which stars Nastassja Kinski, Robert Forster, Jason Cairns and Cody Morgan.
In his third consecutive pic for New Line Cinema, Edward Furlong will rock 'n' roll in "Detroit Rock City." Pic is about four teens who'll stop at nothing to scam their way into a sold-out Kiss…
Amanda Peet has inked a deal to star in the upcoming New Line pic "Jello Shots."
September box office rang in with a record $366.3 million, topping the 1997 benchmark by 13%. However, apart from New Line's "Rush Hour," the frame was largely bolstered by holdover titles.
David Brown was famous for writing Cosmopolitan magazine's racy cover lines during his wife's long tenure as editor in chief. Helen Gurley Brown reveals how that unusual assignment came about…
Producer David Brown has just come from lunch at Cipriani's and is on his way to dinner at Le Bernardin. "It's autumn in New York, the weather is glorious and the city is bursting with energy!" he…
Actor and producer Gabriel Byrne has renewed the first-look film deal for his Plurabelle Films outfit with Phoenix Pictures.
Superb bows by "Saving Private Ryan," "Dr. Dolittle" and "The Truman Show" plus classy foreign preems by Polygram's costumer "Elizabeth" highlighted another crackerjack weekend at cinemas overseas.