"Caveman's Valentine," starring Samuel L. Jackson and directed by Kasi Lemmons, will open the third annual Hollywood Black Film Festival on Jan. 31 in Culver City.
The Cannes Film Festival offered Hollywood an olive branch Tuesday with the announcement that Jodie Foster will head the jury at this year's fest. The choice of an American star for the prestigious…
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Gary Levinsohn's Mutual Film Co. has signed a three-year, nine-title output deal with Italy's Eagle Pictures. Accord will begin with the release of mega-budget actioner "Tomb Raider," which Mutual is…
Following a year that saw its release of Edward Yang's critically acclaimed "Yi Yi (A One and a Two)," Winstar Cinema has announced its 2001 slate of international and classic theatrical titles.
Though films submitted each year for Oscar consideration in the makeup category run the gamut from historical re-creations to modern interpretations, it's usually prosthetic and fantastical…
Regent Entertainment will distribute "Just Can't Get Enough: The Chippendales Story," a drama based on the true story of the rise and fall of the famed nightclub.
Michael De Luca's near eight-year reign as New Line Cinema production president came to an end early Wednesday, following a meeting with studio toppers Bob Shaye and Michael Lynne. New Line president…
Not to be confused with the Piper-Heidsieck Tribute to Independent Vision, given annually by Sundance Film Fest organizers, Women in Film will hold its own second annual Independent Vision Awards at…
USA Films dominated the night as its "Traffic" and "Nurse Betty" took home kudos for best motion picture in drama and comedy-musical categories, respectively, at the Intl. Press Academy's fifth…
Ten to Watch 2001 - Directors