The Women," Diane English's remake of the 1939 MGM classic, revives a relatively obscure subgenre of the so-called "woman's film": the female ensemble. Its purpose was to elevate the traditional…
Doc filmmakers are filmmakers with a passion for their craft. And they are always scrambling for money. They max out on their credit cards. An ATM spits out that last "insufficient funds" slip. But…
Malcolm Reeve has been named chief operating officer of Scott Free, the film and TV production company founded by Ridley and Tony Scott.
When Women in Film calls, Hollywood likes to answer. WIF supports charities that can't afford their own PSAs by corralling showbiz folk to donate their time and filmmaking talent.
Excluding Sarah Jessica Parker, Diane English may have been the happiest woman in Hollywood when the movie "Sex and the City" toppled the new "Indiana Jones" sequel at the box office earlier this…
George W. Bush had a problem answering "choice or necessity" when it came to his favorite quest. But not so Salma Hayek. "It's a choice," she says of producing Latin-theme fare.
As William Friedkin put it to his wife, "You're flunking retirement!" Four years ago, Sherry Lansing left her chairmanship post at Paramount to found the Sherry Lansing Foundation, to focus on cancer…
On the subject of their vast philanthropic endeavors, "We believe in the word 'yes.' We tend to say 'yes' a lot," Jeffrey Katzenberg says of himself and his wife, Marilyn.
Len Wiseman is suiting up to direct New Line's "Gears of War," based on Microsoft and Epic Games' hit vidgame.
Between her role as the youngest wife on HBO's "Big Love" and her co-starring status opposite Drew Barrymore and Jennifer Aniston in upcoming "He's Just not That Into You," Ginnifer Goodwin is…
When staffing national-identity saga "Australia," it stands to reason that director Baz Luhrmann would select a dream team of Down Under talent, from Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman (playing British)…