Edmund Purdom, best known for his role as Prince Karl in the 1954 MGM musical "Student Prince," died Jan. 1 of natural causes in Rome, Italy.
Hollywood publicists have selected Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall to receive the Motion Picture Showmanship Award.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and mtvU have partnered up for the 1st Oscar Correspondent Contest which will give college journalists the opportunity to cover the 81st Academy Awards.
Chen Kaige's "Forever Enthralled" is an occasionally engaging but largely workmanlike biopic of in travesto Peking Opera performer Mei Lanfang.
The glitz and glamour were back, but some auds did not return to NBC's telecast of the Golden Globes.
The Rome Film Festival has tapped Italian producer Roberto Cicutto to head its budding movie mart and upped film journo Piera Detassis to artistic director.
New works by Norwegian helmer Erik Skjoldbjaerg and Danish filmmaker Bille August are among 36 projects at the Berlin Film Fest's co-production market, which runs Feb. 8-10.
Russian audiences gave the territory another record breaking box office year in 2008, when regional receipts hit $830 million, up nearly 47% on the previous year's figure of $565 million.
"Mamma Mia!," "Quantum of Solace" and "The Dark Knight" -- the three top-grossing movies at the U.K. box office last year -- are in the running for the movie of the year award at the 5th RAAM awards…
French actor, director and producer Claude Berri, an institution in French cinema for more than half a century, died of a stroke Monday in Paris. He was 74. President Nicolas Sarkozy hailed him as…
Editors of the films "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," "The Dark Knight," "Milk," "Slumdog Millionaire" and "Frost/Nixon" were honored with noms for top drama at the 59th annual Ace Eddie Awards.