Having made the successful leap from TV writing to feature scribedom, Susannah Grant ("Ever After") is looking to take the next step, having struck a deal to write and make her directing debut on an…
Safety concerns have forced two Cape Town cinemas to stop screening the Hollywood movie "The Siege" amid Muslim condemnation and a spate of bomb threats.
Roger Christian has committed to direct John Travolta in the sci-fi action film "Battlefield Earth" for Franchise Entertainment.
Robert James Kern, a prolific television and film editor in a career spanning from the 1940s to the 1980s, died Dec. 21 of natural causes in Newport Beach. He was 77. Kern got his start at MGM, after…
While Fox and the producers of Terrence Malick's "Thin Red Line" were lucky enough to get its big-name cast for a fraction of their normal fees, the studio is finding that co-star Sean Penn's…
Steven Spielberg will receive the Milestone Award from the Producers Guild of America at its Golden Laurel Awards on March 3.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences will present the John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation to David W. Gray on Feb. 27 at the Scientific & Technical Awards dinner.
"Shakespeare in Love" and "Saving Private Ryan" took in the lion's share of recognition Wednesday from the Broadcast Film Critics Assn., the country's largest group of movie reviewers, in its…
A new film by Stacy Title and a film adaptation of novelist J.G. Ballard's "The Atrocity Exhibition" have been added to the lineup of the 1999 Slamdance Film Festival, which opens Jan. 23.
Six U.S. premieres pepper the slate of the 16th Miami Film Festival, set to roll out Feb. 19-28.
It looks like Vanity Fair's Oscar party at Morton's will be getting some company.