French film "Un Deux Trois Soleil" was the big winner at the third Stockholm Intl. Film Festival (Nov. 12-21). Pic, directed by Bertrand Blier, was named best film, and Marcello Mastroianni was named…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences listed its 35 entries for best foreign-language film Monday, confirmed that Gil Cates will return as producer of the show and settled a lawsuit with CBS…
Toot, toot, "Tootsie" goodbye, Fox's "Mrs. Doubtfire" had 'em crying with laughter during the Thanksgiving holiday. Launched Wednesday, it carved out the top slot for the weekend and the five-day…
Samuel Goldwyn Co. has hired execs from the Sundance Film Festival and International Creative Management to bolster its production and acquisition efforts as the indie prepares to boost its annual…
Television director Brad Silberling will make his feature film directing debut on the Amblin/Universal feature "Casper," replacing Alex Proyas who left last week over creative differences (Daily…
Also with: Frank Spano, Mirta Ibarra, Eduardo Gil, Dimas Gonzalez.
Director Alex Proyas has exited as director of the Amblin/Universal feature "Casper," with Amblin execs citing the director's creative differences over the screenplay.
As unhappy theatrical families go, Arthur Miller's Lomans are right up there with Eugene O'Neill's Tyrones in the misery sweepstakes, American division. No surprise, then, that both families are…
"Black Bomber" is a boisterous, energetic, all-out celebration of Yugoslavia's "Anti-Establishment" youth culture. The politics of this futuristic film are a bit abstract, but the timeliness of this…
Also with: David Fox, Heath Lamberts.
Five of the six "children's plays for adults" within Jose Rivera's new evening were written in single latenight sessions, when the author (best known for "Marisol") was also preoccupied with a…
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