AMC Theaters and Codeblack Entertainment have formed a multiyear partnership to exclusively release films at select AMC locations.
Slamdance, launched 18 years ago as a renegade alternate to Sundance, is opening Friday amid bright prospects as filmmakers take advantage of lower costs of production.
Mark Webber will star in indie romantic comedy "The Arranged Marriage of Moonbeam" from Here Now Prods. and Metamorphic Films.
Warner Bros. is heading to "Otherland," acquiring feature rights to Tad Williams' sci-fi book series and setting it up with Dan Lin to produce.
APA's alternative/international-television agent Marc Kamler has been promoted to VP.
Producers Chad A. Verdi and Noah Kraft have signed Ben Younger to direct biopic "Paz," based on the life of boxer Vinny Pazienza.
YouTube and the Emirates airline have partnered with the Venice Film Festival and Scott Free to launch Your Film Festival -- a global competition for filmmakers to submit 15-minute videos.
Strand Releasing has acquired U.S. rights to Joachim Trier's "Oslo, August 31st" and plans a late spring release.
Screen Media Films has set seven films for release in the spring and summer including Mike Wallis' Western "Good for Nothing" and Matt D'Elia's comedy "American Animal."
Financing and production plans for Steel Mill Pictures' comedic thriller "Filth" have firmed up, with principal photography set to start next week.
Hollywood publicists have nominated six studio films and six TV series for their top publicity-campaign awards.
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