Miami cop Rick Barrish (Greg Evigan) runs into old high school friend Laurel Trevelyn (Brenda Bakke) and fireworks ensue in more ways than one. Before long, Barrish's partner, Dusty Dustin (Alexandra…
Addressing what they see as a shortage of independent film financiers in the movie business, Neal Moritz's Original Films and Newmarket Capital Group have pacted to develop, produce and finance a…
Chance of a Lifetime" aims for the screwball antics of a '30s film, but sluggish pacing undermines minor wacky charm. Telepic boasts slick production values and appealing perfs from John Ritter and…
Days after proclaiming he was king of the world following an record-tying Oscar haul, evidence is building that "Titanic" writer/director/producer James Cameron is on course for a kingsize payday.
Mike Medavoy and Roger Corman will fly the colors for the U.S. as part of a Cannes producers salute at the 1998 edition of the film fest. Eleven producers, including a pair of producing teams, will…
In the singular world of "Six-String Samurai," the Russkies dropped the bomb in 1957 and amid the devastation Elvis was made king. Four decades later, Elvis has left the building ... permanently. A…
The U.K. government is set to open the first British Film Office in L.A.
Bill Moyers and his ace documentary crews turn a clear eye on one of America's most pressing and complex social problems in "Close to Home."
DreamWorks preemptively nabbed the sci-fi pitch "James P. Crow," based on a Philip K. Dick short story, for mid-six figures, the studio confirmed Tuesday.
Patricia Arquette, seen in "Beyond Rangoon" and "Lost Highway," will play the lead role in MGM's "Toby's Story," set to start shooting April 27.
Publicist Stephanie Pond-Smith died March 18 of a brain aneurysm in Reno while working on location with a feature film. She was 45.