Twentieth Century Fox has picked up motion picture rights to Robert Boswell's novel "Mystery Ride," the second literary property the studio has optioned for New York-based producers Deborah Schindler…
A slickly mounted Gotham comedy about two gays who try to hoodwink the Chinese partner's parents with a phony marriage, "The Wedding Banquet" slides down easily even if it doesn't leave much…
The U.K.'s Allied Entertainments has partnered with Germany's United Film Partners to produce "Nostradamus," a$ 15 million film about the controversial visionary. Tcheky Karyo ("La Femme Nikita") has…
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Handmade Films (Distributors) Ltd. has sued Warner Bros., Inc. for allegedly providing false reports of money spent on film promotion.
Cody Cluff is the director of the Los Angeles County Film Office. Cluff's name was omitted from yesterday's Location Expo special report.
The special edition answers much of the criticism that greeted this inner space epic when it was released in 1989, but "The Abyss" remains an acquired taste.
Turner Pictures Worldwide has named Midge Barnett vice president of international sales. She will be based in Los Angeles and will report directly to Robert Lazarus, VP/general manager for TPW.
A record 10 U.S. films by indie filmmakers highlight the 22nd annual "New Directors/New Films" series, to be held March 19-April 4 at the Museum of Modern Art, sponsored by Film Society of Lincoln…
Actor/dancer Paul Mercurio, the much sought after star of Miramax's Aussie hit "Strictly Ballroom," has signed with Writers & Artists Agency.
Iconoclastic Italian filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni will attend a screening of the unabridged version of his 1975 film "The Passenger" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Melnitz Theater on the UCLA…