Actor Laurence Fishburne, monologuist and self-professed "Red Diaper Baby" Josh Kornbluth, novelist Gloria Naylor and director Jan Oxenberg are among the artists chosen by the Sundance Institute for…
Australian film critics have voted "The Piano" best Oz film of 1993, and "Reservoir Dogs" best non-Australian (English-language) pic.
The DGA said Tuesday that it would honor young directors with its first annual reception at the Sundance Film Festival.
With budget cutbacks, an overall decline in European production and attendance down, Paris Screenings officials are considering changing tactics next year.
Oscar's sheen got a little brighter Wednesday when Vivien Leigh's coveted best actress statuette for "Gone With the Wind" fetched a record $ 563,500 at Sotheby's sale of movie memorabilia.
Holland's John de Mol and Joop van den Ende, two of Europe's leading independent producers, confirmed Wednesday that they will merge their entertainment businesses in January to form a new…
A second Dean Koontz novel is headed for the big screen, as Savoy Pictures bought the film rights to the current bestseller "Mr. Murder."
After months of negotiations, Warner Bros. Intl. has greenlighted plans to build a 350 million deutschemark ($ 206 million) film theme park and a film and TV studio in Nordrhein-Westfalen (NRW), the…
The Walt Disney Co.'s Christmas pic, "The Three Musketeers," has run into ratings problems in Sweden. Distrib Buena Vista wants the film to get a rating that would allow anyone over the age of 7 to…
The standoff between the United States and Europe over film and TV subsidies and quotas now seems likely to bust Wednesday's deadline for the world trade talks.
The 17th Cairo Intl. Film Festival, which concluded Sunday, continued its longstanding boycott of Israeli films, and if Egypt's Ministry of Culture had had its way, the fest's competition section…