How many thrillers could put the outcome in the title and still provide as many white-knuckle moments as "Harvard Beats Yale 29-29"?
Distinctive visionary Paolo Benvenuti ("Secret File") brings his historical eye to a troublesome period in Puccini's amorous life in "Puccini and the Girl," an often ravishing but unengrossing…
Melissa Martin, founder and president of Martin Casting, died Aug. 29 in a motorcycle accident in Maui.
The Korean Film Council (Kofic) is unlikely to provide umbrella stands for small sales companies at marts such as the European Film Market in Berlin and Hong Kong's FilMart next year.
Thesp Joe Mantegna has been named by the USO as honorary chairman of the USO-Greater Los Angeles Celebrity Golf Tournament and Awards dinner.
Former vid installation artist Philippe Grandrieux bounces back from his muffed second feature, "A New Life" (2002), with the powerful metaphysical essay "A Lake."
Who knew that Mickey Rourke would be the belle of the Toronto ball? As buyers wrestled over distrib rights (Fox Searchlight emerged victorious) to the film he toplines, a mop-topped Rourke and a…
Lauren Bacall and Susan Sarandon will be feted by Boston U. as part of the school's "Bette Davis Centenary Tribute."
Festival favorite "Iska's Journey," a poignant exploration of poverty and human trafficking in Eastern Europe, has been selected as Hungary's entry for the foreign-language Academy Award.
Teena Marie was first recognized as an R&B talent in the 1970s when she signed a recording deal with Motown at the tender age of 19.