The connection between any two people in the world -- so we are told in "Six Degrees of Separation"-- is no further than a half-dozen human associations away. Pauper or king and anywhere in between…
Disney-distributed Caravan Pictures has inked a deal with screenwriter Todd Graff and former 20th Century Fox creative executive Miriam Kazdin to write and produce the comedy "Woke Up Laughing," it…
"Desert Snow" by Brian Strauss has received the 1993 Martin Ritt Award. Established in 1991, the $ 10,000 production award supports projects by students of the AFI's Center for Advanced Film and…
A supremely convincing slice of life leavened by the dark humor of resignation, "Safe" is an almost unrelentingly bleak and violent portrait of homeless youths in London. Intense pic will be a deeply…
Hollywood classics, independent features, documentaries, animation and experimental work comprised the fifth annual honor roll of the National Film Registry announced Tuesday.
Hollywood legend Charlton Heston will receive the Louella O. Parsons Award when the Hollywood Women's Press Club hands out its Golden Apple Awards Dec. 12.
The late, great Jean Renoir is nobly served by this first full-length docu that leaves auds hungry for more. Due to air next fall in British pubcaster BBC1 's "Omnibus" arts slot, on the centenary of…
Note: Films are listed in chronological order. The Cheat (Lasky/Paramount, 1915); producer, Jesse Lasky; director, Cecil B. DeMille; screenplay, Hector Turnbull; cast, Fannie Ward, Sessue Hayakawa…
French actor Gerard Depardieu presented a $ 50,000 film prize Monday to directors Laurence Ferreira Barbosa and Pierre Salvador.
Miramax looks to be in a distinctly Disney frame of mind with its Stateside pickup "Me Let's Hope I Make It," a winsomely bittersweet schoolroom lark whose social dissection is colored with disarming…
The producers of the film "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" have won a landmark legal ruling blocking the publication of unauthorized photographs taken on the set.