With everything from ghosts floating out of the bigscreen to one-eyed circus freaks, "The Countess of Baton Rouge" is yet another slice of cinematic magic realism from seasoned Quebec auteur Andre…
After pulverizing national box office records last Christmas with Leonardo Pieraccioni's "The Cyclone," the Cecchi Gori Group now is aiming to repeat that success with the widest release ever…
United Cinemas Intl., the U.K.'s biggest exhib, has announced it is building a 20-screen megaplex in Manchester city center, the site of a devastating IRA bombing in June 1994.
The tentatively delayed production of "Diana and Me," a romantic comedy from Village Roadshow about Princess Diana and one of her most ardent fans, will shoot new bookend scenes to take into account…
The original "Fame" (the film and the subsequent TV series) chronicled the lives of a group of aspiring teenage performers who all attended a fictionalized version of New York's High School of…
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) awarded its 1997 Lifetime Achievement Award to Victor J. Kemper, whose career spans 27 years and includes 52 feature films.
Twenty-five years ago, movie music became respectable when RCA launched its "Classic Film Scores" series with an album devoted to the '30s and '40s music of forgotten master Erich Wolfgang Korngold…
Brian Bloom has won roles in two feature films: Richard Pepin's "The Protector" and "The Extra-Marital," in which he'll star opposite Tracy Lords.
It started with the human voice, accompanied by rough instruments of bone, wood, dried vegetables and stretched animal skins. It progressed through the years to an orchestra of woodwinds, brass…
What was once a small coterie of entrepreneurs, music libraries have become big business, fueled by a recent rash of consolidation that has narrowed the power base to less than a handful of worldwide…