As the curtain rises on the 46th Cannes competition, many fest-goers have already made their choice for the Palme d'Or: Jane Campion's "The Piano."
Eight of 11 new films grabbed R ratings, including Paramount's "Sliver," which reportedly underwent reshoots and editing to avoid an NC-17. According to the 1,268th bulletin from the Classification…
Andre Techine's Cannes Fest opener "Ma Saison Preferee" is a dull exposition of the glacial shifts in the emotional alignments among members of a mostly dysfunctional middle-class family. Star names…
Despite a lucrative term deal at Columbia Pictures, director Penny Marshall is just one step away from signing with Disney-distributed Cinergi Prods. to direct "The Renaissance Man."
Some of the most famous drive-in movies of the '50s are coming back -- but this time you won't need a drive-in, just cable.
After a four-year hiatus, James Bond is coming back on assignment. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's creative affairs veepee Elizabeth Robinson confirmed the series is back on track, and it will return with…
Fine Line Features has acquired North American distribution rights for Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's "Fiorile,' which is set to unspool in competition at this year's Cannes Festival.
Breaking away from the small screen, L.A.-based distrib ITC is set to shop film noir drama "Buffalo Girls," which wraps in Gotham today.
Universal-based Amblin Entertainment has optioned Bari Wood's horror-thriller novel, "Doll's Eyes," for what sources said was a "healthy option against a substantial purchase price."
The 19th Seattle Intl. Film Festival, which runs from Friday through June 6, has added 10 world premieres and more than a dozen U.S. premieres to its eclectic and varied schedule.