Miramax Films said Friday that it plans to appeal the NC-17 rating that the Motion Picture Association of America has given its arthouse film "Artemisia."
Although two films she produced -- Todd Haynes' "Velvet Goldmine" and Todd Solondz' "Happiness" -- appear to be headed for Cannes, Christine Vachon has no plans to relax any time soon.
On May 5, the Entertainment Industry Council and the National Institute on Drug Abuse will co-sponsor the second annual Prism Awards, which honor accurate depictions of drug, alcohol and tobacco use…
Studio toppers, headliners and helmers converged Friday night at the Beverly Hilton Hotel to fete Tom Cruise as the Artists Rights Foundation's 1998 John Huston Award winner.
After a frenzied bout of bidding against MGM, Polygram Films has won U.S. rights to the savage comedy "Very Bad Things." Polygram, which described the pic as "a darkly funny and brilliantly conceived…
German exhibs are breaking out the champagne, but German filmmakers are left crying in their beer. Riding high on the "Titanic" wave, German box offices sold 42.8 million tickets during the first…
There are a few good ideas lurking somewhere in "Hundred Percent," but they are buried irretrievably under a misguided script.
Production on Warner Bros.' troubled Nicolas Cage-starring "Superman Lives" project has been delayed yet again, with July's start date scuttled until the script and budget achieve a necessary level…
British actress Katrin Cartlidge, who starred in "Career Girls," "Naked" and "Breaking the Waves," has inked to star opposite Alan Bates and Charlotte Rampling in "Varya," a screen adaptation of the…
With talk of the legalization of marijuana a subject of current debate, "Homegrown" would appear a natural film subject. However, the film steers clear of overt politics, opting for a droll tone that…
Maura Tierney, who played Jim Carrey's once and future wife in "Liar, Liar," is in final negotiations to be swept up in DreamWorks' romantic comedy "Forces of Nature," cast as the third side in a…