Deals have been closed for several foreign markets on Amy Heckerling's romantic comedy "Vamps."
Sundance Selects has snapped up North American rights to Christophe Honoré's romancer "Beloved," the closing night film at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
The State Senate has voted to extend California's film production incentive program to a single year, rather than the five years its backers had sought.
Pacific Northwest Pictures has acquired all rights for Canada to ''Atlas Shrugged Part 1'' and will distribute through its Cross Country Releasing.
Colin Firth is set to star in epic drama "The Railway Man," helmed by Jonathan Teplitzky and based on the tome by Eric Lomax.
Coming-of-age tale "Spud" has been acquired by multiple companies for multiple territories, including Universal UK for UK theatrical, home entertainment and TV rights.
"Moneyball" director Bennett Miller knows how difficult it is to play baseball professionally.
Image Entertainment has acquired football drama ''All Things Fall Apart,'' starring Curtis ''50 Cent'' Jackson, Ray Liotta, Mario Van Peebles and Lynn Whitfield, with Van Peebles directing.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired all North American rights to ''Diana Vreeeland: The Eye Has to Travel'' for release next year.
Exclusive Media Group has come on board with Cross Creek Pictures to co-finance director Ron Howard's racing drama "Rush."
Revolver Entertainment has acquired U.K. and Ireland rights to British indie "7 Lives," an urban re-telling of "It's a Wonderful Life."