John Malkovich will be at the Intl. Film Congress in Cologne for the premiere of "Klimt," alongside helmer Raoul Ruiz and thesps Veronica Ferres and Nikolai Kinski.
"Strangers With Candy," the Stephen Colbert and Paul Dinello scripted comedy, has been chosen as the opening film for the 18th annual NewFest, Gotham's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender film…
Sundance Institute has dished out three fellowships as part of its effort to support indie filmmakers. The Maryland Filmmakers Fellowship has been awarded to Andrew Dosunmu and Darci Picoult to…
It's Cinco de Mayo, which means "Ole!" tonight and "Oy vey!" tomorrow. Thankfully, you don't have to look as bad as you feel if you get your fiesta on.
Be bad, if you must, but always smell good. Here are six scents suited for any mood.
What's there to do in L.A. this week? Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a haunted exhibit, Madonna tix go on sale, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are back with a new CD, Dom DeLuise is honored at the Pacific…
DreamWorks Animation is one step closer to putting last year's "Shrek 2" DVD debacle behind it. The Securities and Exchange Commission's L.A. office recommended on Thursday that an investigation into…
From the Army Archerd Archive
A British court has ruled that a company purporting to make a biopic on Jimi Hendrix has no rights to the late guitarist's music or likeness and has to go through Experience Hendrix for any rights…
Canada's Alliance Atlantis and Oz-based Arclight Films have created a joint U.S. venture, Union Station Media, to distribute films in ancillary markets Stateside.
Pablofilm, Italy's sole truly independent production/distribution stable, is shuttering because it can no longer compete against the media duopoly of pubcaster RAI and Silvio Berlusconi's Mediasest.