Paul Verhoeven will return to Europe for $30 million "The Source," a new project to be produced by Alan Marshall and Jeremy Thomas.
Leading Brit drama producer Gub Neal has struck a first-look deal to develop movie projects with BBC Films. Neal, who launched indie shingle Box TV last year, previously was head of drama at Channel…
Perenchio's Univision Communications is attempting a new Spanish conquest: to open up the U.S. Latino market for Spanish-lingo films. And he's focusing not on Hollywood blockbusters dubbed into…
Almodovar muse Cecilia Roth ("All About My Mother") will star in "The Cannibal's Daughter," Antonio Serrano's followup to "Sex, Shame and Tears," the biggest Mexican B.O. hit ever.
Marcelo Figueras, screenwriter of acclaimed Argentine pic "Plata Quemada," is writing the screenplay of the $9 million English-lingo "Time Spy" for Spain's Morena Films, its most ambitious pic to…
Miramax co-chairman Harvey Weinstein has frequently extolled the talents of Martin Scorsese -- never more so than during the making of "Gangs of New York." Miramax is co-financier and domestic…
Claude Berri next will direct "La Femme de Menage" (The Cleaning Lady). Budgeted between $8 million and $10 million, pic starts shooting next month.
It was a high-pitched battle Friday, but Angelina Sciolla's offering proved the audience favorite at the "Pitch Me!" panel at the Variety Pavilion.
U.K./Canadian newcomer Redress Films is prepping the $20 million "That Year in China," based on the true story of a New York Times reporter trapped in China in 1938, the year the Japanese invaded.
Film vet Chris Davis has been tapped to head international sales for FilmEngine, the recently minted financing, production and sales outfit led by partners A.J. Dix, Anthony Rhulen and Bill Shively.
Jacques Le Glou's Mercure Distribution will handle international sales of Francois Dupeyron's $9 million in-competition pic "La Chambre des Officiers" (The Officers' Ward) on behalf of producer ARP.