Samuel Goldwyn Co. picked up "To Live," the latest film from director Zhang Yimou, who helmed "Raise the Red Lantern" and "Ju Dou," a 1990 Best Foreign Language film nominee.
The South African government Thursday announced the establishment of a film and television trust and a film/TV foundation to boost the industry.
The "Slacker" generation is alive and well in "Clerks," a randy, irreverent no-budgeter that's played for laughs and gets them. This view of the world from behind the counter at a no-account…
The musical synthesizer has been either a boon or a bane to people in Hollywood; it depends on whom you talk to.
Robin Williams was named on Wednesday as NATO/ShoWest '94 Male Star of the Year and will receive the award at the convention's closing awards banquet at the Goldwyn Ballroom at Bally's Hotel and…
At least we know now why this latest big-screen version of a vintage TV series was parked on the shelf more than two years. Crude, virtually laughless and aimed at a target audience that's probably…
Mark Bakshi has been named vice president of feature production management for the Motion Picture Group of Paramount Pictures.
A 90-minute documentary on writer Samuel Beckett, titled "Waiting for Beckett ," will be shown Feb. 5 at the American Film Institute Video Festival.
Walt Disney Pictures has reached an agreement in principle with screenwriters Michael Hacker and Jeff Miller for the spec screenplay "Ironmen," which appears headed for fast-track development by…
While many pop acts are having a tough time landing a spot on the charts, the comedy album from Adam Sandler is experiencing double-digit chart jumps. The comedian also has landed a role in an…