Reports of the death of New York independent filmmaking have been greatly exaggerated.
Has the autumn indie season moved into summer?
As word of Disney and Fox's new world cinema ancillary labels spread on the Croisette, reaction from the U.S. foreign-language film distribution community was understandably mixed.
After six years as CEO of distribution and sales outfit Peace Arch Entertainment Group, John Flock was ready for a change.
Disney is planning a new banner to distribute Walt Disney Studios Intl. Productions films in the U.S., offering DVD, VOD, and possibly digital downloads of pics developed locally for territories such…
While it's not uncommon for Hollywood players to jump between acting, writing, producing and directing, it's very rare for an agent to become a director.
Marking the first project under their new producing pact, Mandalay Pictures and FilmColony will bring Troy Cook's comic crime novel "47 Rules of Highly Effective Bank Robbers" to the bigscreen.
The Independent Filmmaker Project has survived many challenges over its sometimes tumultuous 33-year history, some of the biggest two years ago, as longtime executive director Michelle Byrd departed…
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions' recent pickup of SXSW premiere "Attack the Block" for Sony's Screen Gems may seem unusual -- it reps an instance in which one of Hollywood's biggest studios has…
Many film festivals have experimented with Internet content, but arguably none have gone further than the Tribeca Film Festival's latest venture, the Tribeca (Online) Film Festival. In addition to…
Among the six courses Al Lieberman teaches in NYU Stern's Entertainment, Media and Technology Program, two focus on the subject that intrigues him most: the globalization of the entertainment and…