Renee Lichtig, a film editor and restorer who was Jean Renoir's head cutter on his late works and who collaborated closely with Erich von Stroheim on the director's cut of "The Wedding March," died…
David Young has proven his talent at organizing a strike. Now Hollywood is about to judge him on his abilities as a strategist.
News that talks between the studios and scribes will resume next week has been met with a mixture of relief and cautious optimism.
U.S. audiences may have little interest this fall for Iraq-themed films, but attendees at the 13th annual Avignon/New York Film Festival found plenty to embrace in the category.
First-peeks at the movie version of "Sweeney Todd" leave people gasping and saying Johnny Depp is sure to get another Oscar nod for playing Stephen Sondheim's razor-wielding killer, "the demon barber…
Pierre Granier-Deferre, an award-winning director of well-crafted French films characterized by meaty roles for Gaul's A-list thesps including Simone Signoret, Jean Gabin and Alan Delon, died Nov…
The writers strike claimed two more casualties Monday. Warner Bros. called off a February production start on "Shantaram," the Mira Nair-directed adaptation of the Gregory David Roberts novel that…
Participant Prods. is teaming with State Street Pictures producers Bob Teitel and George Tillman to develop "Bobby Martinez," a coming-of-age biopic about the Mexican-American surfer.Robert Munic…
Exhib Warner Mycal plans to add 18 3-D digital screens to the two it already has in its national chain.
Gucci and the Tribeca Film Institute are launching a documentary fund to help filmmakers finish projects deemed to have social significance and a lack of mainstream media attention.
Belgium-based Argentinean helmer Diego Martinez Vignatti will receive €70,000 ($103,000) in production aid from the Flemish government for his sophomore feature "La cantora de tangos."