Going in to the American Film Market, which starts Wednesday, the mood of most folk is somewhere between somber and grim.
Rob Schneider, Jenna Dewan ("Step Up") and Brianne Davis ("Jarhead") star in sex comedy "Virgin on Bourbon Street," which starts lensing this week in Detroit.
Hideo Nakata, the Japanese helmer of "The Ring Two," "Ringu" and "Dark Water," will direct "Chatroom," a psychological thriller about teenagers who encourage each other's destructive behavior. Pic…
Warner Bros. will become the first Hollywood studio to operate transactional video-on-demand services in China following a deal with Union Voole Technology, a Beijing-based broadband tech and content…
Tycoon Richard Li Tzar-kai is mounting a $2 billion bid to take private PCCW, the conglom that owns Hong Kong's leading pay TV operator Now TV.
Los Angeles-based sales and finance company Voltage Pictures has picked up foreign sales rights to "The Devil's Tomb," a supernatural thriller starring Cuba Gooding, Ron Perlman and Ray Winstone.
Former Weinstein Co. sales chief Glen Basner is looking to make a splash with FilmNation, a new foreign sales outfit that boasts deals with Media Rights Capital, financier and producer Endgame…
Fortissimo Films has picked up international sales rights to "Miao Miao," a Taiwanese multi-sexual drama produced by Wong Kar-wai's Jet Tone Films and J.A. Movies (H.K.).
The fourth edition of the Chinese American Film Festival gets under way today at the Directors Guild of America in Hollywood.
Attending last week's annual Casbaa pay TV convention was reminiscent of London under the Blitz, when folk hid underground in cellars and subways to escape enemy bombing.
Opening on the day after the U.S. election, the American Film Market could have a different energy this time round. Will change have come to America? And -- to focus on the film biz -- how will the…