XYZ Films has formed an international sales division dubbed XYZ International.
With just three days of the European Film Market to go, it's becoming clear that the most robust business has been on a small number of relatively big films. Otherwise, sales have been sluggish.
Newly minted Exchange Peaks Film Capital has come on board to finance Jean-Claude Van Damme's actioner "Swelter."
South African director Darrell Roodt has signed to helm the indie biopic "Robeson" with shooting set for this summer and "Homeland" star David Harewood in the title role.
Steve Spielberg's "Lincoln" is heading to high school and middle school via a Participant Media's social action campaign "Stand Tall: Live Like Lincoln."
Easily topping Wall Street estimates thanks to the final "Twilight" film, Lionsgate has reported earnings of $37.8 million, or 28¢ a share, on revenues of $743.6 million and EBITDA of $87.2 million…
Ben Stillman has been promoted to VP at Black Bear Pictures and Amanda Greenblatt has been moved up to creative executive at Teddy Schwarzman's production and financing company.
Submarine Entertainment has sold all distribution rights to Daniel Young's docu "Paul Bowles: the Cage Is Always Open" to First Run Features in the U.S. and to Films We Like in Canada.
Focus Features has reported brisk sales for Jeremy Renner's journalism drama "Kill the Messenger," with Michael Cuesta directing from Peter Landesman's script.
The Weinstein Co. has taken U.S. rights to "Blood Sisters" as the first installment in a planned feature franchise based on the "Vampire Academy" fantasy series.
Jean-Claude Van Damme, Lennie James, Catalina Sandino Moreno and Josh Henderson are to star in Keith Parmer's actioner "Swelter."
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