Warner Bros. claimed the market share crown Monday, as it pushed ahead of Buena Vista thanks to the opening strength of "The Matrix" and ongoing popularity of "Analyze This."
The ghosts of "Kids" and "Priest" have returned to haunt Bob and Harvey Weinstein in the form of "Dogma," a controversial new film from writer-director Kevin Smith.
Country crooner Clint Black, Oscar-winner Jason Robards and Emmy-winner Mare Winningham are starring in CBS’s telepic “Going Home.” Robards and Winningham are set to play aging father and…
Gotham mayor Rudolph Giuliani presided over a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday evening celebrating the opening of the Shooting Gallery's latest venture, a fully integrated film production company…
With an eye on the international market, four leading Brazilian producers have pacted to form 5+, a production and distribution alliance.
The Library of Congress has received a $200,000 grant from Pew Charitable Trusts to join the Treasures of American Film Archives project in celebration of the new millennium.
John Cusack ("Grosse Pointe Blank") and Steve Zahn ("Happy, Texas") are in final talks to star in Greg Mottola's indie-style comic drama, "Life of the Party," for Columbia Pictures.
In addition to its expected monumental box office impact, "Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace" appears ready to affect the travel industry.
Triple Axel Prods., the Santa Monica-based outfit headed by producer James Alex, has secured a funding commitment for up to $40 million from Double Eagle Capital Management Group to produce a maximum…
"Bobby G. Can't Swim" reminds you what a great independent film can accomplish. Gutsy, unconventional, bursting with raw urban energy, this surprisingly suspenseful drama portrays New York Hell's…
The Independent Feature Project has announced the lineup of industryites slated to participate in its eighth annual From Script to Screen conference in Gotham this weekend.