John Water's world comes full circle as "Hairspray" travels from H'wood to B'way and back.
Markets & Festivals
Last winter, it looked like the many wigs of "Hairspray" were in for their final tease on Broadway. The tuner struggled along at below-breakeven biz with little more than $407,952 during the week of…
The Venice Film Festival will pay tribute to John Ford with the world preem of a freshly restored print of his oater "The Iron Horse," accompanied by Nick Redman's docu "Becoming John Ford."
Didi O'Hearn, former VP of nonfiction and alternative programming for A&E Networks, has joined British factual specialist Darlow Smithson Prods. as veep of U.S. productions.
Forget Paris -- E! is now all about Kim. As it bids farewell to "The Simple Life," cabler has greenlit production on an untitled reality skein to be toplined by another socialite: Kim Kardashian.
At north of $35 million, Walden Media and Playtone's "City of Ember" is the biggest film ever to shoot in Northern Ireland. A few years back, no one would have dreamed of bringing Bill Murray and Tim…
The plane traveling from Manchester to the south of France for the spring TV sales mart Mip is always packed with local BBC high flyers, but not this year.
Sony Online Entertainment has licensed rights to Virgin Comics' "Ramayan 3392" with plans to use the property to expand into the nascent Indian vidgame market.
The rapturous reception given Anton Corbijn's biopic of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, "Control," at the Cannes Directors' Fortnight is still being relished in England's East Midlands region.
Eighteen months after it launched, Sheffield-based digital film studio Warp X has two films in the can, two more in pre-production and a fifth greenlit.
As a Scot who produced his first movie, "Human Traffic," about the Cardiff rave scene back in 1998, Allan Niblo well knows there's cinematic life beyond London.