Chief among those surprised by word from Wim Wenders' lawyers that his company, Road Movies Filmproduktion GmbH, was terminating all world distribution agreements with Argos Films S.A. was Anatole…
A general sense of drift continued at cinemas across much of Europe and Asia last week, leavened by the star power of Richard Gere in France and Sylvester Stallone in Spain and Italy.
Joe Roth and Roger Birnbaum are two men in a hurry. Their Caravan Pictures, the Disney-backed start-up launched barely a year ago by the former chairman and president of production, respectively, at…
The escalating awards duel between "Schindler's List" and "The Piano" went up another notch as the films' cinematographers were among five nominees chosen by the American Society of Cinematographers…
Turner Broadcasting System and New Line Cinema officially joined forces Friday after a majority of NL's stockholders approved the sale.
"The Hudsucker Proxy" is no doubt one of the most inspired and technically stunning pastiches of old Hollywood pictures ever to come out of the New Hollywood. But a pastiche it remains, as nearly…
Sally Field will step behind the camera and make her feature directing debut on Savoy Pictures' "Garden of Palms," sources said.
The producers of the film "Carlito's Way" have been sued by a trio of talent managers who say they were promised a portion of the film's net profit and a screen credit in exchange for their rights to…
Off-Broadway actor Tom Noonan, best known for his offbeat, crazy and villainous roles on stage and screen, emerges as a talented writer and director in "What Happened Was," an intriguing, often…
Talkshow host Charlie Rose has signed on to emcee the Gotham portion of the Directors Guild of America's 46th annual awards dinner for outstanding motion picture, TV and ad production in 1993.