Nick Cassavetes has sued New Line for fraud and breach of contract after he was fired from directing the elephant orphanage drama "Peaceable Kingdom."
Cinetic Rights Management has signed VOD distribution deals with arthouse distribs including Kino Intl., Palm Pictures, Cinema Guild and Virgil Films.
Seymour Cassel's the wild card in this year's SAG presidential election, running as a hardline independent against the slates headed by Ken Howard of Unite for Strength and Anne-Marie Johnson of…
Industry veteran Mark Lindsay has been named president of sales & acquisitions for Arclight Films and will head up the company's new Gotham office.
The Sundance Film Festival has unveiled a new Next section with six to eight films selected for their "innovative and original" work in low- and no-budget filmmaking.
The Writers Guild of America has reached a settlement in principle of a tangled 4-year-old suit over how it handles millions of dollars in foreign levies paid to writers.
Film Movement has acquired "Mine," Geralyn Pezanoski's documentary about pets abandoned during the Katrina emergency evacuations.
Entertainment industry insurance broker Aon/Albert G. Ruben has tapped industry vet as Marc Spivey as director of new business development.
Brandon T. Jackson ("Tropic Thunder") and Natari Naughton ("Fame") have been cast alongside Bow Wow and Ice Cube in Alcon Entertainment's "Lottery Ticket."
With election campaigning at the Screen Actors Guild in full swing, the self-styled moderates have lined up endorsements from Tom Hanks, Sally Field, William H. Macy, Felicity Huffman, Hector…
An AFL-CIO umpire has warned SAG to back off from exploring the "acquisition" of AFTRA actors, saying any further discussions
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