Director James Cameron, Variety’s Peter Bart, Precious director Lee Daniels, uber-producer Lauren Shuler Donner to speak at Produced By Conference 2009

In June of 2009, the entire producing community will gather in one place for an extraordinary weekend of discovery, learning and creative inspiration. Presented by the Producers Guild of America and hosted by Sony Pictures Studios, the Produced By Conference brings together the entire producing profession—from acclaimed Oscar and Emmy winners, to experienced team members, …

Win a copy of 2012: Science or Superstition on DVD

This may just be the scariest film of the year. The acclaimed documentary 2012: Science or Superstition, arrived on DVD January 27, 2009. To celebrate the release of the film on disc, FilmFetish has three copies to give away to readers. Don’t miss your chance to watch this thought-provoking movie. In order to be entered …

Emmerich gets next Isaac Asimov film adaptation

Sony’s Columbia Pictures won an auction late yesterday for adaptation rights to Isaac Asimov’s Foundation, the ground breaking science fiction book trilogy. Roland Emmerich has been attached to produce and direct the eventual film project. The series of eight short stories was originally published in Astounding Magazine starting in 1942, and is described as a …

Teaser trailer for apocalyptic film 2012

A brief teaser trailer is online for 2012. Like most summer blockbusters, the film will probably look very different by the time it hits theaters on July 10, 2009. But the special effects do look sweet. How much hope can you really have for this film though. The focus of 2012 is the Mayan calendar …

Independence Day film review

Year: 1996 Independence Day marks the glorious realization of what, for me, has been a nearly 25 year wait. Countless prayers have gone unanswered, but on this day, I have finally witnessed on screen what I have only dreamt of all my life, for this film features the complete and total destruction of the city …

Roland Emmerich’s 10,000 B.C. synopsis

10,000 B.C. is not a remake of the 1966 Rachel Welch film, One Million Years B.C., although I’m sure the inspiration came from the title.Roland Emmerich’s epic follows a young mammoth hunter’s journey through uncharted territory to secure the future of his tribe. 10,000 B.C. stars Camilla Belle, Steven Strait, Omar Sharif, Cliff Curtis and Tim Barlow, and will be in theaters on March 7, 2008.