Under a bill now making its way through Congress, national parks may soon have an incentive to encourage filming on their lands -- for the first time in more than 50 years.
Eastman Kodak has introduced an improved black-and-white separation film designed to extend the life of valuable color motion pictures.
Twentieth Century Fox is close to a deal to pick up "The Stanford Prison Experiment," a long-gestating project that would continue Leonardo DiCaprio's relationship with the studio for which he's…
The American Cinema Editors on Thursday joined the rush to nominate work on "Saving Private Ryan," "Shakespeare in Love," "Out of Sight," "The Horse Whisperer" and "The Thin Red Line."
A powerhouse lead perf by Karin Viard propels "The New Eve," a bittersweet comedy about an emotionally needy thirtysomething who's felled by an obsession with a married man. Pithy portrait of an…
Kevin Spacey and Robert Rehme will announce the 71st annual Academy Awards nominations on Tuesday.
Much like a botched souffle that fails to rise, "Simply Irresistible" is a bland confection that remains doggedly earthbound while attempting flights of romantic fantasy. Sarah Michelle Gellar, of…
In a deal that will give him and the producers ownership of the film's copyright, writer-director James Merendino ("SLC Punk") has pacted to helm the indie comedy "Magicians."
Warner Bros. has committed to a big-budget, live-action version of Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and hired "Out of Sight" scribe Scott Frank to pen the script.
British actor Tim Roth proves he is also a gifted director with "The War Zone," an intimate, sharply observed drama about a working-class family torn apart by incest and parental abuse.
No matter what one thinks of the 1999 Sundance dramatic competition, certain thematic and stylistic trends emerge, trends that go beyond Sundance to characterize indie filmmaking at the present time.