Here's the first hot bet for the official selection at next year's Cannes: Mike Leigh's untitled new project, which starts shooting in June.
Miramax Films has acquired the rights to "1974," the third property the company has picked up from comedy scribe Larry Doyle, an Emmy Award-winning writer and producer of "The Simpsons" and creator…
ARP Selection has acquired all rights for France to New Zealand pic "Rain." The coming-of-age tale marks the feature film debut of TV commercial director Christine Jeffs.
Festgoers were singing in the Baz tub Wednesday night as "Moulin Rouge" kicked off the 54th fest with high kicks, hoopla and ooh-la-la.
Nadia Bronson has formed her own full-service international marketing and distribution consultancy, Nadia Bronson Associates.
Independent Digital Entertainment, the New York-based digital video collective whose "Chelsea Walls" is screening in Directors Fortnight, has appointed Danish outfit Trust Film Sales as its worldwide…
Capitol Films has sold U.K. rights to "Jeepers Creepers" to Redbus Film Distribution, ahead of the world premiere screening Friday in the Cannes market.
Steven Spielberg's upcoming cyberkid pic "A.I." has created a media frenzy over its groundbreaking promo campaign of mock online news reports and linked dummy sites purporting to provide info on…
"Moulin Rouge" is a tour de force of artifice, a dazzling pastiche of musical and visual elements at the service of a blatantly artificial story. Virtuoso Aussie helmer Baz Luhrmann displays…
Gaylord Films continues pace with a seven-figure sale of the Sundance Film Festival premiere "Donnie Darko" to Newmarket Films and a ramped-up development slate.
Paul Schrader ("Affliction") has been tapped to helm the Bob Crane biopic "Auto-Focus" for Propaganda Films and producers Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski ("The People vs. Larry Flynt").