The Academy's new technology to stop screener piracy is headed to Blighty.
In June, Sony gave Spidey the summer's biggest premiere on the Santa Monica pier; by August, killer snakes were receiving more specialized treatment from the Screen Gems crowd.
Rachel Bendavid has been upped to senior VP of series development for Spelling Television.
True Entertainment is taking a risk that the mother/daughter team of New York partygoers Lisa and Brittny Gastineau will emerge as stars of the next buzzworthy reality TV series.
Femme stars are getting their rocks off just as easily as male counterparts on the celeb-friendly club and charity circuit.
Stanley Donen made his Broadway debut in 1940 as a teenager in the chorus of "Pal Joey," starring eventual collaborator Gene Kelly. He was a Southerner who had grown up sufficiently steeped in dance…
When "The Fifth Empire" bows at Venice, it will raise the curtain on the 25th feature film by one of cinema's greatest modernists, Manoel de Oliveira. It's high time, critics agree, for the…
In 1968, angry leftist filmmakers led by Francois Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard gave birth to the Cannes Directors Fortnight. Berlin followed suit two years later with its International Forum of New…
Indie production shingle Serenade Films has come onboard to produce the drama "12 and Holding" to be helmed by "L.I.E." director Michael Cuesta.
Venice 61 Competition “The Keys to the House,” Gianni Amelio (Italy-France-Germany)“Mar Adentro,” Alejandro Amenábar (Spain) “Lavorare Con Lentezza,” Guido Chiesa (Italy) “L'intrus,” Claire Denis…