A most convincing argument that there's life after 40, ABC's new drama "Once and Again" goes directly against the grain of the current infatuation with teen-oriented TV to focus on two families…
In a rare term deal with a screenwriter, 20th Century Fox has inked a first-look pact with Marc Hyman, who recently penned "The God of Cookery" for the studio.
Dominating every frame she's in, Sigourney Weaver plays the boldest, most complex role of her career in "A Map of the World," Scott Elliott's provocative and unsettling but seriously flawed feature…
Hoping to open the doors for theatrical releases of U.S. films in China, Motion Picture Assn. of America chair and CEO Jack Valenti gave a hearty welcome Thursday to Chinese Deputy Consul General…
If less is more, Low is the most. It would be simplistic to call the Duluth, Minn.-bred band's approach minimalism, but it would be more appropriate to call it "essentialism." Nothing is missing from…
The Slamdance Film Festival, which last January celebrated its fifth season in Park City, Utah, will screen three feature films and three shorts on Sept. 18 at the Tribeca Film Center.
Peter Howitt, who last directed the Gwyneth Paltrow starrer "Sliding Doors," has been entrusted with MGM's financial thriller "Anti-Trust."
An unbeatable cast lends satisfying emotional texture to "Simpatico," a melancholy comedy adapted by Brit stage vet turned first-time feature helmer Matthew Warchus (with David Nicholls) from Sam…
Bridgette Wilson, now onscreen in Independent Artists' “Love Stinks,” joins star Minnie Driver in the beauty pageant-themed, “Beautiful.” Wilson will play acontestant. The Destination release marks…
British director Mike Figgis continues his erratic career with "Miss Julie," a solid, intermittently powerful screen adaptation of August Strindberg's play about the turbulent, doomed relationship…