Lions Gate's "Love and Death on Long Island" captured the top slot on the exclusives roster during its first weekend.
Japan's all-time box office champ "Princess Mononoke" won the Japanese Academy Award for best picture of 1997, becoming the first animated film to get the nod.
In an attempt to save one of the major Italian productions of the season following its disastrous debut weekend, director Marco Risi has taken the almost unprecedented step of withdrawing his new…
CORRECTEDVERSION"L.A. Confidential" continued its strong showing in the awards derby, leading the pack in this year's BAFTA film awards nominations with 12, including best film, director, adapted…
As Fox's "Titanic" continued its terrific run, the few brave titles to stray into the overseas box office had decidedly mixed results last weekend, with "Good Will Hunting," "Jackie Brown" and…
A panel pondered the subtleties of press-public-publicist relationships and the changing nature of the media at the Santa Barbara Film Festival panel "The Press as Imagemaker," held Sunday.
Centering on a young boy's painful adjustment to the death of his beloved grandfather, "Wide Awake," the second feature from Philadelphia-based writer-director M. Night Shyamalan, is an earnest…
Australia's Village Roadshow is going Greek with the purchase of Ryan Murphy and Silvio Horta's pitch "The Furies" for a mid-six-figure sum for Dustin Hoffman's Punch Prods., sources said Monday.
The mission of Manchester, England, dance-rock band the Space Monkeys is simple enough: musical time-travel 10 years into the past, with a nod to the cutting edge.
Nastassja Kinski has inked for leads in two major indie pics: opposite Dan Aykroyd in Kushner-Locke's "Susan's Plan" and alongside Ralph Fiennes in Alliance's "Sunshine," sources said Monday.
At 75, Milt Jackson is older than Union Station (1934-39), a National Historic Site in whose vast Spanish Baroque-styled ticket hall the vibraphonist fielded a quartet on a lazy Sunday afternoon. But…