Never mind the calendars: It's the Year of the Dragon at this year's Toronto Festival of Festivals. Reflecting the resurgence and cross-border ties of Chinese filmers, no less than 14 of the 23 pics…
Burt Reynolds will guest on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” Monday, possibly boosting the hour leading into NBC’s intro of “Late Night With Conan O’Brien.” In other latenight news, ABC announced…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has named chairmen of 36 standing committees to serve for the 1993-94 fiscal year; each will select a vice chairman and committee members.
In an expected move, Miramax Films announced Wednesday that it has acquired all North American rights to Boaz Yakin's directorial debut "Fresh," which stars Samuel L. Jackson and Giancarlo Esposito.
Kim Basinger finds herself boxed up after all in this vehicle about a female bank robber, which isn't bad but just gets where it's going very slowly. With Basinger and Val Kilmer generating little…
Sony Pictures Classics has moved into the arena of worldwide acquisitions with its $ 1.9 million purchase of Swedish pic "The Slingshot."
"As of this moment, there's been no serious negotiations on audiovisual, and that's unthinkable," MPAA president Jack Valenti said Wednesday in regard to the upcoming GATT discussions.
Nearly 300 films from 46 countries -- among them David Cronenberg's "M. Butterfly"-- will unspool starting Friday at the nine-day Toronto Festival of Festivals.
No criminal charges will be filed in the death of actor Brandon Lee, who was shot on a movie set with a gun that was supposed to fire only blanks.
The domestic box office summer sizzled as it crossed the finish line Labor Day with record revenues of $ 2.12 billion. Fueled by commercial behemoths "Jurassic Park,""The Firm" and "The Fugitive,"…
Twentieth Century Fox has moved Michael London into a more visible position within the studio's film unit, upping him to executive vice president of production.