"Day four and sellers are getting nervous." That's how Pim Hermeling of Benelux distrib A Film summed up AFM 2007 on Saturday, as attendees lamented the abundance of competing fall markets, a looming…
Markets & Festivals
French sales-house Wild Bunch has sold a trio of pics to the Weinstein Co.
Lionsgate is on a roll, selling cable TV rights to Tyler Perry's "Why Did I Get Married?" and "Daddy's Little Girls," plus two other theatricals, to Turner's TBS and TNT for more than $12 million.
Hollywood's film studios won't be hitting the panic button anytime soon.
Just as Hollywood is preoccupied with keeping its content machine running, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has weighed in on the problems of preserving existing digital content -- and…
Sidney Lumet's dark family drama "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" continued to enjoy good box office health as it expanded over the weekend in its second outing, while docus "Joe Strummer: The…
Sony Pictures will release Peter Jackson's upcoming sci-fi production, "District 9," which will be directed by Neill Blomkamp.
Hollywood is going to all-out war, after last-minute talks gave false hope that today's strike by the Writers Guild of America could be averted -- or at least delayed for a few days.
"Ratatouille" continued to feast at the international box office, cooking up its fifth straight weekend victory with $14.5 million at 4,381 playdates in 29 markets.
Midway through "Rock 'n' Roll," Jan, the reluctant dissident at the heart of Tom Stoppard's new play, says, "There are no stories in Czechoslovakia. We have an arrangement with ourselves not to…