Celebrating the powerful visuals of wide-gauge film, next year's Berlin Intl. Film Festival's Retrospective sidebar will screen nearly two dozen works shot in 70 mm film, including rarely seen…
Markets & Festivals
Killer Films has inked a deal with the GC Corp. to co-produce the medieval actioner "William the Conqueror" by scribes Brian Edgar and Derek Wallbank.
Helmers Richard Linklater and Todd Haynes will participate in the 2009 South by Southwest confab.
NBC Universal Domestic TV Distribution has upped Donna Mills to VP, marketing and affiliate relations.
Publicist Michael Levine is returning to the role of president at the company he founded 25 years ago, Levine Communications Office.
Jean Reno has joined Universal laffer "Couples Retreat," which is about to go into production.
It was a busy weekend for thesp and agent shuffles among top tenpercenteries.
B.B. King, the B-52s, the Flaming Lips, T.I. and Clint Black are among the acts enlisted by NBC to create their own spin on the famed Peacock chimes.
EMI reported losses of £757 million ($1.22 billion) for the year ended March 31 as the new owners revealed a radical revaluation of the company on Friday.
Disney's "High School Musical 3: Senior Year" graduated with honors at the weekend's foreign box office in a dominant launch with a socko $40 million at 3,090 playdates in 22 markets.
Adlabs Films, the Indian film and exhib division of the Reliance ADA Group that is now the principal backer of DreamWorks, more than doubled its profits in the three months ended in September.