The wide-eyed approach toward reggae taken by London-based singer Finley Quaye certainly has the potential to broaden the genre's contemporary appeal, but his low-key live execution -- as evidenced…
Amid the black-tie events and hullabaloo surrounding "Titanic," which he produced with James Cameron, Jon Landau has re-established his Blue Horizon production banner on the 20th Century Fox lot.
"A Place Called Chiapas" is an exemplary documentary that vividly and lucidly explores a modern Mexican standoff. It deserves niche theatrical release and is a must for tube programming and further…
British actress Anna Friel, who co-stars in Gramercy Pictures' upcoming "Land Girls," has snagged a role in the latest feature adaptation of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" for Fox…
Tom Arnold has been set to host the American Cinema Editors' 48th annual Eddie awards on March 14 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, when ACE will bestow best editing awards in seven categories.
Bob Boris will write and direct the $10 million horror pic "Creature" for Barnholtz Entertainment and Licht Mueller FilmCorp.
Wavering between cinema and sociology, genuine drama and schmaltzy soap, the international co-production "Elles" tackles the issue of aging among fortysomething women.
An unemployed man who prosecutors said wanted to handcuff and rape filmmaker Steven Spielberg was convicted Wednesday of stalking the director.
A straightforward, fact-filled account of the disease that terrified American parents from World War I until it was brought under control in the 1950s, "A Paralyzing Fear: The Story of Polio in…
In the first concrete sign of an industry revival in years, Mexico's film institute Imcine has announced it will support 15 pictures, an additional three debut features and 17 shorts in 1998.
The venerable Pathe Studios in the north of Paris have been seriously damaged by fire.