DreamWorks Studios has reached 10 output deals as part of its shift toward indie distribution on the international front.
Focus Features has picked up worlwide distribution rights to Jeremy Renner's journalism drama "Kill the Messenger" with Michael Cuesta directing from Peter Landesman's script.
The Writers Guild of America East has tapped secretary-treasurer Bob Schneider as the recipient of this year's Richard B. Jablow Award for service the guild.
Stacy Keach has signed to portray a chief villain in "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," co-directed by Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller from Miller's screenplay.
Bailey Chase has caught the lead role in indie drama "Tao of Surfing" with Chase's "Longmire" co-star Lou Diamond Philips directing.
Henry Selick has revived stop-motion project "The Shadow King," bringing on "Beasts of the Southern Wild" producer Josh Penn and taking the project to the European Film Market in Berlin.
The U.S.-Ireland Alliance will honor Lionsgate Vice Chairman Michael Burns at its "Oscar Wilde: Honoring the Irish in Film" program on Feb. 21.
PCB Prods., the studio handling the voice talent direction for the "Call of Duty" franchise, is launching an original content division, with two features and two TV series in development.
In a sign of ramped-up efforts to combine SAG and AFTRA's health and retirement plans, SAG-AFTRA national exec director David White, already a trustee on the SAG pension and health plan, has been…
Incognito Pictures has come onboard actioner "Hitsville" alongside Spain-based Intuition Films, with the pic to lense in Barcelona and the Canary Islands.
Cinedigm and Voltage Pictures are partnering on a three-year, five-picture output deal with newly minted genre label Rapid Eye Film.
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