Swedish director Ingmar Bergman, one of the masters of modern cinema whose brooding and incisive studies of the human psyche won international acclaim -- and three Oscars -- died Monday at age 89.
Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni, who became an icon of arthouse cinema with films such as "L'avventura" and "Blowup," died Monday in Rome. He was 94.
Former MGM chairman-CEO Frank Rosenfelt, who led the studio's acquisition of United Artists, died Thursday in Los Angeles. He was 85.
German thesp Ulrich Muehe, who played the lead in this year's foreign-language Oscar winner "The Lives of Others," died July 22 of stomach cancer in Walbeck, Germany. He was 54.
Lionsgate Films UK has picked up theatrical rights in Blighty to "Flood."
Director Ilya Chaiken received the best picture award for her feature "Liberty Kid" as the eighth annual New York Latino Film Festival announced its award winners at a ceremony on Sunday.
The world premiere of Sarah Jessica Parker starrer "Spinning Into Butter" will kick off the upcoming National Conference on Race, Reparation and Reconciliation Sept. 14 in Atlanta.
Rogue Pictures has optioned Jeremy Passmore's thriller spec "Summer's End" for Michael Bay's Platinum Dunes to produce.
Channing Tatum and Dito Montiel, star and director, respectively, of "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints," will reteam on a feature about underground street fighting for Rogue.
James Cameron has added two cast members to "Avatar." Stephen Lang and Michelle Rodriguez will join Australian actor Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver, Wes Studi and CCH Pounder in the…
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