"Losers Take All," an indie set in the 1980s rock music scene, has kicked off shooting in Memphis, Tenn.
Louis D. Moreno has been named the new artistic director of 45-year-old Gotham theater company INTAR, which announces its new season next month.
Amanda Peet, Laurie Metcalf and helmer Joe Mantello have signed on to take part in the 2010-11 season at Off Broadway's MCC Theater.
Internet-based distributor will give the movie theatrical runs in New York, D.C. and L.A.
Broadway was afflicted with a slight case of late-summer deflation last week, with sales at the majority of productions slipping a bit compared to the prior frame.
Internet-based distributor IndiePix will release Warwick Thornton's 2009 Camera d'Or winner "Samson and Delilah," giving the movie theatrical runs in New York, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles.
Looks like "A Little Night Music" is benefiting from its latest batch of reviews: The tuner revival saw weekly sales jump a whopping 26% in Week 11 (Aug. 2-8).
Broadway vets as well as names from film, TV and dance are among the approximately 40 thesps who make up the cast of big-budget spectacle tuner "Spider-Man, Turn off the Dark."
Oscilloscope Laboratories has snagged U.S. rights to "Monogamy," the latest from helmer Dana Adam Shapiro ("Murderball").
Venerable film lab DuArt is going digital.
The third annual I View Film Festival has announced its lineup, kicking off with the North American preem of opening selection "I Am," the Indian pic from writer-director Onir.