Ten years and four features after the film that put her on the map, Jane Campion returns to the freewheeling style and idiosyncratic humor of "Sweetie" in perhaps her most challenging work to date…
Propelled by a fifth $20 million-plus frame, Hollywood Pictures/Spyglass Entertainment's "The Sixth Sense" took the Labor Day holiday frame to record heights.
Paramount Classics announced it has acquired North and Latin American rights to Patrice LeConte's "The Girl on the Bridge," although the actual deal was completed prior to the festival.
This revelatory four-hour version of Erich von Stroheim's "Greed" represents a triumph of film restoration. Rick Schmidlin's loving work of scholarly craftsmanship can't perform the impossible feat…
British comedy writer Ben Elton has secured a female lead for his feature helming debut “Maybe Baby.” Joely Richardson joins Hugh Laurie (“Peter's Friends”) in the romantic comedy also scripted by…
In town to promote their latest releases, actress Nicole Kidman and director Jane Campion found time in their hectic schedules to further their plans to re-team on the film adaptation of Susanna…
Laced with rich Polish irony and clearly showing the influence of Krzysztof Kieslowski, actor-turned-director Jerzy Stuhr's third feature is an incisive analysis of the double standards and…
Motion Picture Assn. of America chairman Jack Valenti predicts that in three to five years, "all quota systems will be obsolete" due to the explosion of the Internet and offshoot delivery systems.
As the 56th Venice Intl. Film Festival crosses the halfway mark, the competition lineup so far appears designed to show that unanimous critical acclaim is a concept that no longer exists, and fest…
Just when you thought you'd heard the last of Austin Powers, New Line Home Video said it plans to spend $20 million to push "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" as a DVD and VHS sell-through title…