Roland Joffe will direct the latest screen adaptation of the Nathaniel Hawthorne classic, "The Scarlet Letter," which he is developing with producer Dodi Fayed.
SANTA BARBARA --"The Grey Knight," which is being released in foreign territories under the more appropriate title "The Killing Box," is a suspense drama with more promise than payoff. Ably produced…
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences feted 86 of its Oscar nominees yesterday at a gala lunch at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Danny Glover will serve as chairman of the eighth Independent Spirit Awards March 27. As with last year's chair Jodie Foster, Glover, a Spirit winner in 1990 for "To Sleep With Anger," will give…
Turner Entertainment promoted Richard May to VP of film preservation and distribution services; Steven Anastasi to director of film and tape services; Cathy Manolis to director, multimedia/publicity…
Members of the Writers Guild of America overwhelmingly approved a new, three-year contract with CBS last week at elections held in L.A., Gotham, D.C. and Chicago. Some 92% of voting members cast…
Michael Hill has been promoted to VP of production management for the Motion Picture Group of Paramount Pictures.
The blizzard took a big bite out of Saturday grosses in Gotham, but some films withstood the weather's impact and posted promising box office results.
Columbia Pictures has brought Gareth Wigan in house, giving the veteran consultant a lofty boost to executive veepee of production forthe Culver City-based studio.
The joint national boards of SAG and AFTRA have approved a new three-year industrial and educational film contract.
Less than a year after firing him as the director off his Warner Bros. movie "Dennis the Menace," writer-filmmaker John Hughes has hired Patrick Read Johnson to directhis planned production of…
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