A varied menu provided for a solid President's Day holiday weekend led by Columbia's kinder-gentler comedy "Groundhog Day," which bumped "National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon I" out of the top slot with…
European producers at the Berlin fest got a crash practical course in the Teamsters union -- in case they missed "Hoffa" unspooling in competition -- as well as learning about social realities of…
ROME -- Hitching a routine rehash of the first installment's cavorting cadaver antics to a frantic hunt for the defunct's cash stash, writer/director Robert Klane delivers a mildly diverting farcical…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Miramax Films has closed a deal for all North American rights to director Jane Campion's "The Piano," which stars Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel and Sam Neill, the company confirmed yesterday.
Following Switzerland's recent decision to stay out of the European Community, the Swiss Cultural Ministry's Christian Zeender would seem an unlikely choice for the Council of Europe's Special…
"Jack the Bear," a mostly likable first feature from "thirtysomething" co-creator Marshall Herskovitz, concerns a boy who discovers that monsters are to be found not only on television but also in…
Golden Globe winner Miranda Richardson has signed to star in "Tom and Viv," a movie based on the tragic love affair between American poet T.S. Eliot and his first wife.
International grosses for "Bram Stoker's Dracula" have swelled to $ 90.1 million.
Opening scene, set in a Los Angeles bar, features a beginning typical of many gay films: a quick pick-up followed by impersonal sex. But it also sets the tone for a work that aspires to examine the…
Clarifying a story that appeared last Thursday, Dai-Ichi Entertainment Inc., an Ontario, Canada, corporation, is one of two distributors that have been banned from the upcoming American Film Market…
Fries Entertainment will team with Australian producer Antony I. Ginnane's IFM Film Associates to co-produce three upcoming longform projects, all of which are still in the screenplay phase.