Phil Richards, a former makeup artist who worked with such actresses as Rita Hayworth, Ann-Margret and Goldie Hawn, died March 13 of cancer at his home in Palm Springs. He was 69.
Big on atmosphere, "Scirocco" is a whimsical Sicilian love story set during Italy's fascist period, but the adaptation of Domenico Campana's novel peters out long before it's done.
The creative team who fashioned the Off Broadway longrunner "Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding" is throwing another party. This time the Fontana family has ferried in from Staten Island for "Aunt Chooch's…
A controversial decision banning a subsidiary of Alliance Communications from distributing feature films in Quebec has been reversed, the company announced earlier this week.
Sony Pictures' "Godzilla" will thunder into theaters Wednesday on a record 7,363 screens in 3,310 theaters, demolishing the record of 6,190 screens set last summer by Universal's "The Lost World…
It appears that French-Canadian filmmakers who have not already received federal production funding from Telefilm Canada are out of luck until next year.
"Deep Impact" continues to do sizable damage at the box office, following its stunning $41.2 million weekend debut.
Oscar-winner Holly Hunter and Kiefer Sutherland will star in Phoenician Films' domestic drama "Woman Wanted."
Comic filmmakers Peter and Bobby Farrelly have inked a three-year writing, producing and directing deal with 20th Century Fox.
Lindsay Crouse, who was nominated for a supporting actress Oscar for "Places in the Heart," has been cast opposite Al Pacino in Michael Mann's untitled project about the tobacco industry.
Relations between Hollywood and China are not always so chilly as they may sometimes appear.