Sony Pictures Entertainment has formed an earthquake relief grant with an initial pool of $ 100,000 for employees impacted by the Northridge earthquake.
Twentieth Century Fox and Hughes Entertainment will hold a seven-city casting call Feb. 5 to find a 6-year-old to star in Fox's remake of "Miracle on 34th Street."
The South African government Thursday announced the establishment of a film and television trust and a film/TV foundation to boost the industry.
Videos are making big money for movie studios -- just look at sales for Disney's blockbuster "Aladdin." The outlook for the rental marketplace, however, is far less rosy.
Off-Broadway actor Tom Noonan, best known for his offbeat, crazy and villainous roles on stage and screen, emerges as a talented writer and director in "What Happened Was," an intriguing, often…
Europeans will have to take a more commercial approach to making movies if they want to compete with Hollywood, a European Union official said on Thursday.
Sally Field will step behind the camera and make her feature directing debut on Savoy Pictures' "Garden of Palms," sources said.
The entertaining second seg of Krzysztof Kieslowski's "Three Colors" trilogy is involving, bittersweet and droll. A fine lead perf from Zbigniew Zamachowski anchors an ingenious rags-to-riches tale…
Talkshow host Charlie Rose has signed on to emcee the Gotham portion of the Directors Guild of America's 46th annual awards dinner for outstanding motion picture, TV and ad production in 1993.
An unexpectedly slow holiday season and awkward Christmas calendar dented third quarter profits at AMC Entertainment Inc., as the exhib's net income dropped almost to $ 772,000 or 5 cents per share…
Matty Rich struggles through the sophomore jinx in "The Inkwell," a conventionally plotted, often buffoonish coming-of-age tale that nevertheless imparts a distinctive flavor. Both the storyline and…