New Line's "Who's the Man?" is an enjoyable, kinetic mess of music, low comedy and social drama. No matter that it doesn't quite coalesce logically, the film has decided niche audience appeal that…
MTV is poised to make its first move into theatrical movie production. According to MTV Networks chairman Tom Freston, the channel is close to a deal with an unnamed major studio to executive produce…
After going increasingly astray with two contemporary outings, Kenneth Branagh returns to the high and, for him, safe ground of Shakespeare with "Much Ado About Nothing," a spirited, winningly acted…
New Line Cinema's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III" has been awarded the Film Information Council's Film Marketing Award for the month of March.
Melinda Jason and Gary Goldstein are joining forces as a producing team, while each will continue to maintain their respective, ongoing personal management businesses.
Within the industry, pay-per-view and multiplexing are the wave of the immediate future, Caravan Pictures prexy Joe Roth told a roomful of entertainment lawyers Saturday.
Abel Ferrara, Victor Nunez, Jim McBride and Philip Haas will be among the American directors participating in the Cannes May 17 press conference at the American Pavilion, moderated by Roger Ebert.
Cannes Film Festival director Gilles Jacob bristled Thursday at reporters' suggestions that big American films were conspicuously absent from the sked.
The fourth annual Human Rights Watch Film Festival will take place here May 7-20 at Gotham's Loews Village Sevenplex.
The fractious production history of "And the Band Played On," HBO's adaptation of Randy Shilts' controversial book on the early years of AIDS in America, took another sharp turn Thursday when its…
Noting that fewer than 10% of TV movies are filmed under union contract, one union official within the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees is warning members that now is the time to take a…