There are a number of fraternal filmmaking teams -- the Coens and the Tavianis for starters -- but none quite like the Polish brothers, 27-year-old identical twins who play men bound together…
"Love Story" director Arthur Hiller will be presented with the Robert B. Aldrich Achievement Award by the Directors Guild of America on March 6.
In what will be ABC's biggest-budget event movie ever, Barbra Streisand and Cis Corman's Barwood Prods. will join forces with Storyline Entertainment to turn the Jerry Herman musical "Mame" into a…
Gregg Araki asserts his potency as an innovative, unpredictable filmmaker with "Splendor," an erotically surrealistic comedy centering on a menage a trois, fetchingly played by Kathleen Robertson…
British writer-director Stefan Schwartz, who helmed the road comedies "Soft Top, Hard Shoulder" and "Shooting Fish," has signed a three-year, first-look production pact with Miramax Films.
With dates now in sync, Brad Pitt is in talks to make the still as-yet-untitled Cameron Crowe film for DreamWorks. Anna Paquin has come aboard to play Polexia in the '70s period piece that is now…
After a conspicuously long post-production delay, "My Favorite Martian" finally appears as a frenetic farce aimed at nostalgic baby boomers and undemanding pre-teens.
Famke Janssen (“Goldeneye”) is set to star in the romantic comedy “Love and Other Indoor Sports,” produced by Mark Damon’s Behaviour Worldwide. Valerie Breiman helms from her own script. Her previous…
DreamWorks' "Saving Private Ryan" and Miramax's "Shakespeare in Love" were the biggest beneficiaries at the box office post-Tuesday Oscar announcements. "Ryan," which was pulled out of national…
A time-warp comedy that starts out kinda "Pleasantville" and gets pretty Tepidsville, "Blast From the Past" expends scant imagination or style on a fun premise that seems an open invitation to both.
Donn Cambern, who edited "Easy Rider," "The Last Picture Show" and "Romancing the Stone," has been elected to the presidency of the Motion Picture Editors Guild.