Bleak but beautiful, "Woyzeck" is an involving, moving, intelligent transposition of the Georg Buechner play that should see plenty of fest and specialized tube play, with limited arthouse mileage…
As the Association of Film Commissioners International (AFCI) continues expanding globally, Santa Monic Civic Auditorium, the annual site for Location Expo, is bursting at the seams. "We're…
"Fortress II," expected to be a hot title at the American Film Market, has instead been abruptly yanked out of the bidding action. Worldwide rights (excluding Australia/New Zealand) to the futuristic…
San Francisco filmmaker Jon Moritsugu turns the American sitcom family on its head with "Terminal USA," a post-punk, psychedelic picnic brimming with wholesome depravity and playfully twisted…
Saul Zaentz will receive the David O. Selznick Lifetime Achievement Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures and Roy Huggins will receive the David Susskind Lifetime Achievement Award in Television at the…
After a five-year partnership, Craig Baumgarten and Gary Adelson are splitting as partners in Adelson-Baumgarten Prods. and Adelson-Baumgarten Management, it was announced Thursday.
Charting an irreconcilable relationship against the backdrop of countercultural Amsterdam, "Love Hurts" (aka "Heartrending") channels electric lead performances into a seismic look at passion's outer…
It's a cold, ominous Monday in Van Buren, Ark., and Frank and Jesse James are riding down Main Street. There's a bank just ahead and robbery is on their minds.
Joan Ganz Cooney, Walter Bernstein and George Malko are among the winners this year of awards from the Writers Guild of America, East.
There's a certain poetry in the fact that the Capella companies (Capella Films and Capella Intl.) got their name from the brightest star in a constellation.