Miramax Films confirmed Thursday that it has purchased all domestic distribution rights to the Christopher Lambert/Mario Van Peebles/Denis Leary starrer "Gunmen," which will be distributed through…
Warner Bros. has bought scripter Michael Wilson's "Conrad Jones" for Amblin Entertainment, sources confirmed.
Screenwriter Caroline Thompson will make her directing debut as she picks up the reins of Warner Bros.' "Black Beauty," a new version of the often-filmed story, sources said Thursday.
The following have been added to the 46th Cannes Film Festival: IN COMPETITION Mazeppa … Bartabas Libera Me … Alain Cavalier Louis, Enfant Roi … Roger Planchon Faraway, So Close! … Wim Wenders UN…
Abe Schneider, ex-chair and prexy of Columbia Pictures, died in Palm Springs, Fla., Wednesday of pneumonia and Alzheimer's disease complications. He would have have been 88 Sunday.
Premature birth is hardly a unique situation. The complications following it form the basis of this tastefully-told but slow-moving story, based on an autobiographical book written by one of the…
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.
Awash in romantic nostalgia for bygone childhood spent in summer camps, "Indian Summer" is a sentimental, TV sitcom-like, feel-good film. However, its humor and first-rate acting could ensure a…
When it comes to tapping into a populist wave of support, Ross Perot will have nothing on "Dave"-- a delightful, buoyant new take on an old theme that will win at the polls because it never strikes a…
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.