An ostensibly obscure subject takes radiant, deeply moving cinematic form in "Herr Zwilling and Frau Zuckerman," a German-made docu about elderly Jews living in the western Ukraine. Pic is destined…
Unlike its major studio rivals, Miramax doesn't salivate every Memorial Day or ask Santa annually for boffo Christmas B.O. Instead, the minimajor picks its commercial spots, often succeeding at times…
A valentine to the cultural diversity that defines Los Angeles as a new kind of city, Gurinder Chadha's "What's Cooking?" is a broad, highly accessible comedy that juxtaposes four dynamic families -…
(International sales: Filmfabriken, Stockholm.) Produced by Castro Khatib.
It was a "Beauty" pageant, a "Sopranos" high note, a trip to "Toy" land, a salute to biopics and an evening of gentle mockery at the 57th annual Golden Globes. The kudofest is often cited as an Oscar…
The Golden Globes have shored up the presenter roster for Sunday's telecast, adding Minnie Driver, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Lucy Liu, Tobey Maguire and Claudia Schiffer.
Japanese distrib Toho said Thursday that it would operate a 13-screen multiplex theater to open in April in Sony's new Tokyo entertainment center.
Startup film financer Sidekick Entertainment has announced plans to back as many as five independent films annually through late-stage funding in its first year of operation.
"Caroline in the City" co-creator and exec producer Marco Pennette has pacted with Castle Rock Entertainment for an exclusive multiyear development deal.
Literary Brat Packer Bret Easton Ellis' controversial 1991 tome -- arguably one of the most-loathed and least-read novels in recent memory -- undergoes a rather startling transformation via…
Alan Alda has been named this year's winner of the Valentine Davies Award by the Writers Guild of America West for his contributions to the entertainment industry and the community at large.