Over the Christmas holidays, Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck were sitting in a restaurant in Sun Valley, Idaho, when some people at a nearby table sent over a bottle of wine. The reason? "They wanted to…
FilmFour has entered a co-production alliance with Warner Bros., which will kick off with Gillian Armstrong's "Charlotte Gray," starring Cate Blanchett.
If a Martian landed on the Croisette this month and took a cursory glance at this year's Cannes competition lineup, his report back to his mother ship might read as follows: "The planet's major…
Irving Rapper, who directed Hollywood legend Bette Davis in four of the nearly two dozen films he made during a career spanning four decades, died Dec. 20 at the Motion Picture and Television Fund…
Paris got blown away. London is battened down. New York is nervous. Seattle is shut. For industryites, the last big question of the 20th century is whether to party with the hordes of revelers like…
The "Hey, everybody! Let's put on a show!" gambit has seen countless previous incarnations, but only Claude Lelouch would think of setting crucial portions of his show-cum-showdown aboard the…
Oscar-nominated composer Ennio Morricone, octogenarian film director Mario Monicelli and veteran legit helmers Pietro Garinei and Luca Ronconi are among the arts figures singled out for recognition…
Herod's Law" has lately been at the center of a huge political scandal in Mexican cinema. Because of its corrosive take on Mexico's ruling party, officials tried to cancel its special screening at…
Thailand's censorship committee on Tuesday banned "Anna and the King," branding it an insult to the monarchy and a distortion of Thai history.
The 10-year rights logjam that kept what many critics feel is one of the most important films of post-war cinema from U.S. homevideo distribution has finally been resolved.