Venice Golden Lion winner "Lust, Caution" will see 30 of its steamiest and most violent minutes trimmed for Chinese auds, sparking renewed calls for the introduction of a film classification system…
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"The Visitor," Tom McCarthy's beguiling but bedeviling drama about immigration and midlife loss, has found a distributor. In the wee small hours Tuesday, word came from one of the point people on the…
Robert Enders, who directed and produced "Stevie" starring Glenda Jackson and was a partner in her production company, died Sept. 7 in Los Angeles. He was in his 80s.
Icon Prods. is acquiring sales rights to a number of GreeneStreet Films' current productions and library titles.
Dick Wolf has set up his first project under NBC chairman Ben Silverman, teaming with "Friday Night Lights" scribe David Hudgins for a medical-legal hybrid.
NBC is taking a shot on "The Interrogator," a new quizzer from "The Biggest Loser" exec producer J.D. Roth.
Nelson McCormick has signed on to direct Screen Gems' remake of "The Stepfather."
Mischa Barton, Deborah Kara Unger and Cameron Bright will star in "Walled In," a psychological thriller to be the first production financed and produced by Leomax Entertainment.
Peace Arch Entertainment Group has elected Jeffrey Sagansky co-chairman of its board of directors.
Bravo continues moving to the reality-competition beat, ordering a dancing show from the producers of "Project Runway."
Cinepolis CEO Alejandro Ramirez Magana will be feted with the Intl. Achievement Award at ShowEast.