War. Wall Street. Rock 'n' Roll. Crime. Politics. What's left for Oliver Stone to tackle but sports ... specifically, the National Football League.
A selection of 14 full-length features and nine short films, all with the theme of friendship, will compete for honors at the Children's Festival of the 47th Berlin Intl. Film Festival (Feb. 13-24).
As the 1997 Sundance Film Festival heads into the home stretch, three more titles have pulled into the lead in the acquisitions derby.
"The English Patient," followed by "Jerry Maguire," led the list Thursday of nominees for the Screen Actors Guild Awards, giving the pics a boost in this year's Oscar race.
The beginnings of economic renewal and a host of new multiplex screens spelled good news at the Mexican box office last year, with Motion Picture Assn. members' rentals up 17% in dollar terms over…
Fred Hayman has been named fashion coordinator for the 69th Academy Awards presentation, show producer Gilbert Cates announced Thursday. It's Hayman's ninth consecutive year in the role.
North American rights to Mark Pellington's stylish first feature "Going All the Way" have sold to Gramercy Pictures, while Polygram will handle the U.K. and Germany. The deal was estimated to be in…
Indie films, currently scoring in critics' circles, are riding high in the foreign marketplace as well.
Kelly Lynch, Hank Azaria and Ryan Phillipe have wrapped shooting on the Stephen Gyllenhaal-helmed "Homegrown."
First-time helmer Keith Samples is unhappy with the R rating given by the MPAA to his romantic comedy for Paramount, "A Smile Like Yours."
Loews Theatres co-chairman Barrie Lawson Loeks will become the first woman ever to receive the Robert W. Selig ShoWester of the Year award, at the four-day exhibition convention which takes place…