Wayne Wang's "Anywhere But Here" and Peter Kassovitz's "Jakob the Liar" will have their world premieres at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival gala showings, fest programmers announced Tuesday.
Last month squashed all prior July box office records, with a $917.3 million tally -- 13% better than the former championship season of 1998.
Columbia Pictures has begun production on "Final Fantasy -- The Movie" with a bevy of talent attached to lend their voices to the first computer-generated animated pic with photo-real characters.
Penelope Ann Miller will take on the role of scandalous schoolteacher Mary Kay LeTourneau in the USA original movie “All-American Girl” for director Lloyd Kramer. Sonny Grosso and Larry Jacobson will…
The Directors Guild of America has selected the comedy "Inconceivable" to showcase as part of its new Director's Finder Series.
"Eyes Wide Shut's" steamy foreign preem in Japan, good-to-great bows by "Wild Wild West" in 13 territories, and "Austin Powers' " fab launch in the U.K. sparked cinemas last weekend.
Warner Bros.' new management team essentially pairs a 25-year studio veteran with a popular entertainment exec. While neither Barry Meyer nor Alan Horn were the highest-profile candidates tipped for…
Gotham-based indie the Shooting Gallery is building its arsenal, adding a commercial video division to its already lucrative Manhattan-based below-the-line production facility This Gun for Hire.
One of the class acts in the second Dances With Films fest of ultra-low-budget indies, Lyn Clinton's "The Height of the Sky" showcases a young helmer with a sophisticated sense of composition and…
The Motion Picture & Television Fund has announced the expansion of its medical services to include the parents of eligible industry members.
Recent USC Film School grads Paul Harris Boardman and Scott Derrickson are cashing in on that pricey diploma with a three-picture pact with Miramax's genre arm, Dimension Films.