In spite of a couple of years of harsh budget cuts, federal funder Telefilm Canada will inject the same amount of cash into its three main funds over the next year, and its overall budget will remain…
Whatever might be left of the midnight movie circuit would be the best place for "Second Cousin, Once Removed," an aggressively hip film noir pastiche. Shot in suitably gritty black-and-white, full…
MGM said Wednesday it would throw a gala premiere bash, sporting a guest list of golden era stars, for "That's Entertainment! III" to benefit the American Film Institute on April 28.
Shazaaaam! America's favorite befuddled Marine, Gomer Pyle, is headed for the bigscreen with Savoy Pictures Entertainment Inc. as the likely distributor.
Texas filmmaker Eagle Pennell, a cult fave for his raucous low-budgeters "Last Night at the Alamo" (1983) and "The Whole Shootin' Match" (1978), makes a comeback of sorts with "Doc's Full Service," a…
The Heartland Film Festival of Indianapolis is seeking feature-length and short film entries.
Production begins May 9 in France on "Halcyon Days," the latest film from British producer Simon Perry. The period thriller, inspired by an Agatha Christie story, will be financed by Polygram.
"A Business Affair" is an unremarkable contemporary dramatic comedy that underutilizes ordinarily finethesps. Theme of a lovely and talented woman's coming to terms with true independence has…
Eight American independent features -- among them "Clerks,""Spanking the Monkey,""Nina Takes a Lover,""Suture,""Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey" and "Colorado Cowboy: The Bruce Ford Story"-- will…
Pat Notaro has moved across the Sony Pictures Entertainment lot to head distribution for TriStar Pictures after a year-and-a-half stint at Columbia Pictures.
Universal's "The Flintstones" yabba-dabba-do'd its way to a PG rating, Warner Bros.' "Being Human" and "The Client" nabbed PG-13s, while "Western violence" helped 20th Century Fox's "Bad Girls" earn…