Two-time Oscar winner Sally Field will receive the new Ruby Award at the 14th annual Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival, set for March 4-14 in the coastal California city.
A local consortium in the west of England has announced it is setting up Spring Studios, a complex for film and TV production.
Investment in British-based film production slumped by 20% last year to £372 million ($618 million), thanks largely to a drop in the number of big Hollywood movies shot in the U.K.
Paramount and MTV's "Varsity Blues" was the easy winner of the four-day Martin Luther King Day weekend, scoring a solid $17.5 million before the clock ran out on Monday night.
For the 21st time, Danette Herman will be the exec in charge of talent for the Academy Awards.
Adam Sandler, who shot to stardom last year following turns as a luckless crooner in "The Wedding Singer" and a football wimp in "The Waterboy," has pacted with Sony Pictures for an untitled animated…
Former Tri-Star Pictures president of production Chris Lee has inked a two-year, first-look deal with Columbia Pictures for his newly formed Chris Lee Prods.
Buzz Kulik, highly regarded prolific TV director known for eliciting strong performances from his thesps, died Wednesday of heart failure in Los Angeles. He was 76. Kulik, whose career began shortly…
The government of Belgium is about to learn just how dearly the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences values the name "Oscar."
A moderately appealing comedy, "Suits" pokes fun at the world of advertising execs. While it's hardly as scathing or as blisteringly funny as the 1989 satire "How to Get Ahead in Advertising," new…
Producers of "Gods and Monsters," "Life Is Beautiful," "Saving Private Ryan," "Shakespeare in Love" and "Waking Ned Devine" have been nominated for feature awards by the Producers Guild of America…