"The Specialist," from Israeli-born, Paris-based Eyal Sivan, is a singularly assured, sure-to-be-controversial documentary that recasts footage from the 1961 Jerusalem trial of Nazi war criminal…
Warner Bros. is doing all it can to capitalize on the power of "Pokemon" while the animated character is still white hot.
After a tough year in 1997, the German video industry is back on track, according to figures released by the association, Bundesverband Video.
Sophia Loren will be a presenter on this year's Academy Awards telecast.
The 1999 Humanitas Prize, which recognizes humanizing achievements in writing for feature films and television, has opened its call for entries. The deadline for submission is April 15.
World premieres of the Phil Joanou-directed romance "Entropy" and "The Big Brass Ring," based on an unproduced Orson Welles screenplay, will bookend the 1999 edition of the Los Angeles Independent…
The Independent Feature Project and Japan's Fab Films will present eight American indie films in the first Independent Feature Film Market Showcase in Tokyo March 17-21.
Just days after Tom Cruise jetted to Sydney to begin shooting "Mission Impossible 2," observers are feverishly speculating that the film may live up to its name: Members of the crew have been sent…
FROM SHOWESTThe cost of marketing and distributing theatrical motion pictures continued to skyrocket in 1998, jumping 13% to a staggering $25.3 million per film for the 221 pics produced by Motion…
The Film Society of Lincoln Center, Unifrance and the French Film Office will present their annual showcase, "Rendez-Vous With French Cinema Today," from March 12-21 at Gotham's Walter Reade Theater.
Keeping up with Hollywood's obsession with the small screen, producer Todd Moyer and TV skein creator Glen Larson are putting together a $40 million indie feature production of the TV series…