Librarian of Congress James Billington will unveil 25 new films to be included on the historic National Film Registry list Dec. 14 at the Library of Congress's Mary Pickford Theater.
Alexandre Trauner, 87, the dean of European art directors whose films ranged from "Children of Paradise" and Orson Welles' "Othello" to his Oscar-winning work on "The Apartment," died Dec. 5 in…
Described by writer-producer Phil Avalon as "Porky's on the Beach,""Exchange Lifeguards" falls short of even that modest aim.With a cliched screenplay and almost complete lack of zest and comic…
Charles W. Fries has again been elected chairman of the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors, representing the 250-member industry organization.
The Entertainment Industries Council, which has provided advice to the industry on the depiction of alcohol consumption, smoking and seat belt use, will soon address the issue of violence in the…
As L.A. awaits the imminent opening of his new musical based on a classic Hollywood film, Andrew Lloyd Webber said Tuesday he is setting out to become a movie mogul himself.
In the spirit of the season, RHI Entertainment has settled a licensing dispute with Republic Pictures over a colorized version of the classic Frank Capra holiday film "It's a Wonderful Life."
Don Ameche, the suave leading man of Hollywood's golden age who enjoyed a second burst of popularity in his later years -- capped by a supporting actor Oscar for "Cocoon"-- died of prostate cancer…
Matt Tabak, former veepee at Silver Pictures, has successfully traded in his executive stripes to become a screenwriter, having just sold a feature script to 20th Century Fox.
Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" won six of Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards over the weekend.