Producer Paul Junger Witt ("Dead Poet's Society") will deliver the commencement address today at the USC School of Cinema-Television graduation ceremonies.
Red Sky Entertainment of Vancouver has inked a deal giving it an exclusive first-look distribution agreement for all Maple Palm Prods. product in Canada.
The Oz film and TV industry is reeling after Victorian State Coroner Graeme Johnstone found producer Jan Chapman and helmer Shirley Barrett partly responsible for the death of a professional stuntman…
MacGillivray Freeman Films' large-format pic "Everest" has exceeded Miramax's expectations in homevideo sales since its March release.
Lea Thompson will star in "Some Guys Have All the Luck," a $4 million pic that marks the feature helming debut of Jo Ann Dearing.
Overblown, overlong and decidedly underwhelming on every level, Nikita Mikhalkov's magnum opus "The Barber of Siberia" is a singular disappointment. This unwieldy melange of broad comedy (which at…
Fans of Mike Myers' swingin' '60s superspy can see the upcoming "Austin Powers" sequel a day before general release -- by buying tickets on the internet via America Online.
Burt Reynolds will direct and star in Bigel/Mailer Films and Kushner-Locke's "The Last Producer," which begins shooting in Los Angeles this month.
In cities and towns across the nation, the lines are already snaking around the block as the army of "Star Wars" fans begins the ritual of buying tickets and camping out until 12:01 a.m. next…
Given Films and Moonstone Entertainment have announced their latest project, "L'Intern," which takes a peek under the skirt of the fashion industry in all its superficial splendor.