The Directors Guild of America has tapped Carl Reiner to receive an Honorary Life Member Award in recognition of his service to the Guild.
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The Writers Guild of America West has tapped John Wells to receive its Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television for his body of work. Nod will be presented at the Writers Guild Awards Feb. 11 at…
Dennis Farina will star alongside Brooke Shields and Richard Kind in "National Lampoon's Bagboy," a comedy set in the world of competitive grocery bagging.
Willem Dafoe will star opposite Jeff Goldblum in Bleiberg Entertainment's Holocaust drama "Adam Resurrected," to be directed by Paul Schrader.
"Eragon" soared to the top spot at the international box office as the family-friendly adventure's foreign launch grabbed a respectable $30.3 million at 6,128 playdates in 53 markets.
Writers Boot Camp founder Jeffrey Gordon has partnered with producer Paul Rosenberg to start Writers Boot Camp Prods. New shingle aims to discover and develop feature film projects for both studios…
Sundance Institute has selected a dozen projects for its annual January Screenwriters Lab, running Jan. 12-17 at the Sundance Resort in Utah.
Envoy Media Partners, operator of an eight-plex in Hanoi, has secured operating licenses for three extra cineplexes in Vietnam, boosting its licenses to five.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has negotiated a new three-year deal covering low-budget films, bumping the cap from $9 million to $9.4 million.