Annette Bening will reign as desert queen in January during the 11th annual Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival, when she will collect its highest honor, the Charles A. Crain Desert Palm Award.
At once a throwback to the days of Capra and Sturges and a wholly contempo item, "Snow Days" is smarter and more appealing than many other recent romantic comedies.
Gotham-based theater and film production company Alexis Prods., headed by Broadway producer Anita Waxman, has purchased the screen rights to "Hungry Like the Wolf," an 80-page book proposal about a…
Crime vehicle for Maura Tierney shows the TV vet to good advantage, but her stint opposite Adrien Brody, as a super-slimy slayer, is just about all this febrile thriller has going for it.
Reaffirming the roots of the Turin Film Festival as a showcase for young talent and for unconventional, cutting-edge cinema, new fest director Stefano Della Casa has unveiled his lineup of over 300…
India has chosen Deepa Mehta's "Earth" as its official submission for the Academy Award foreign-language film nomination.
Stratosphere Entertainment has acquired North American rights to first-time director Kevin Jordan's ultra low-budget film, "Goat on Fire and Smiling Fish."
Four thousand guests from Australia and the U.S. are sure to dress to impress at a lavish bash Sunday night to mark the opening of the Fox Studios Australia entertainment and retail complex.
Heather Donahue has been cast in the ensemble film "Seven and a Match," to be helmed by first-timer Derek Simonds based on his script.
Three digital movies were shown for the first time in Japan Tuesday during the eight-day Tokyo Intl. Fantastic Film Festival, which is part of the 1999 Tokyo Film Festival.