A drear moment in the careers of all concerned, this would-be charmer about an elderly man and woman who fall -- sometimes literally -- for each other at a boarding house will go over big with…
David O. Russell's very individualistic first studio pic discharges black humor, startling action, genre subversion, anarchic attitude and barbed political commentary on its way to making very cogent…
Despite the rainy weather, the Independent Feature Film Market remained lively on Tuesday, dominated by gangsters, kudos and talk of foreign markets.
"The Matrix" nabbed four awards Tuesday at the first Golden Trailer Awards held at the DGA Theater.
A mix of upscale star power, new American indie talent and international features will ballast this year's Mill Valley Film Festival, unspooling Oct. 7-17 at various Marin County venues.
BBC Films has confirmed that it is in talks with Paul Anderson and Jeremy Bolt's Impact Pictures to produce its planned feature version of the classic BBC series "Dr. Who."
Docu-favoring indie distributor Seventh Art Releasing has completed lensing on "The Comedians: One Hundred Years of Yiddish Comedy Theater," the first project under a new commitment to producing its…
While it's well known that Samuel L. Jackson will play the title role in Paramount's new version of "Shaft," a deal has now been struck for the original John Shaft.
"American Beauty" helmer Sam Mendes is close to inking a unique production pact with DreamWorks that will blend his legit and pic passions.
Kiwi helmer Lee Tamahori is nearing a deal to direct "Along Came a Spider," the prequel to the 1997 Paramount hit "Kiss the Girls."
A costumer about a 17th century theater troupe, a playwright racing to finish his new work, and the writer's amorous adventures, "Love in the Mirror" has more than a few echoes of "Shakespeare in…