Gabriel Byrne, the Irish thesp who exec produced the incendiary legal drama "In the Name of the Father," is putting together a three-pic feature slate to be set up at his Dublin-based indie…
“Volere, Volare” and “Leolo” are being distributed by Fine Line. The distribution arrangements were inaccurate in Monday's story about the Golden Reel Awards nominations. * * * There are seven VHF…
Truly beguiling romantic comedy is one of the hardest things for a modern film to pull off, but a winning British team has done it in "Four Weddings and a Funeral." Frequently hilarious without being…
Pacific Shore Pictures has become the newest kid on Hollywood's indie block with plans to put out three films a year in the $ 3 million budget range.
Hoping to capture consumer interest spurred by the approaching Academy Awards ceremony, MGM/UA Home Video will tap its vaults to release a slate of classic Oscar-winning films.
Almost a year to the day that Bryan Singer's film "Public Access" tied for the Grand Jury Prize at the 1993 Sundance Film Festival, the 27-year-old has inked a deal to direct his second feature, "The…
Hollywood resumed a semblance of normalcy Wednesday, although news of quake damage -- not to mention aftershocks -- continued to rock the film community. As more studios and production companies got…
Everyone, it seems, had dramatic stories from the Northridge quake. Douglas Urbanski, manager to actor Gary Oldman, had one of the most compelling.
Sophia Loren will be honored with a Golden Bear for Lifetime Achievement at the Berlin Intl. Film Festival in February. Additionally, the event will present a retrospective of the Oscar-winning…
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