The Toronto Intl. Film Festival pulled back the curtain a little further Tuesday with the release of 24 titles confirmed for its special presentations program.
MGM Pictures has named Yalda Tehranian, lately of Live Entertainment, to the post of vice president for production, where she'll be responsible for discovering and developing new feature projects and…
Government funding of $4.5 million has been awarded for the construction of the Cittadella del Cinema, a complex to contain three screens, a cinematheque and the offices of the Giffoni Film Festival…
A bitter power struggle between a producer and director has disrupted production of a major studio picture and triggered an investigation by the Directors Guild of America.
Veteran humor-meisters Chevy Chase, Don Rickles and Jack Warden have signed on to fill out the cast of MGM's pic "Dirty Work," a skewed comedy about a spiteful loser who opens a successful business…
Peter Segal is attached to helm Paramount and Mutual Film Co.'s comedy "Guam Goes to the Moon."
At Saturday’s “G.I. Jane” sneak preview, the percentage of audience members who rated the film excellent or very good was in the mid-80s to low-90s. This figure was wrong in Monday’s box office…
John Sayles' latest film, "Men With Guns," will be screened as a world premiere gala presentation at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, which runs Sept. 4-13.
Signaling hope for the various screenplays that have lost their way over the years, Fox 2000 has struck a deal with Kings Road Entertainment for the film rights to "The Vulgarians," a project that…
In the ever-mystifying world of Hollywood severance packages, studio presidents and chairmen who quit (or are ousted) are routinely given production deals.
The Massachusetts Legislature has raised the ire of the Motion Picture Assn. of America with a bill that would make it illegal to use the name, portrait, picture, voice or any part of an individual's…
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