The Sundance Institute has received a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation that will sponsor a fellowship, a filmmaking prize and a new Sundance Film Festival panel.
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Zurich-based financing/distrib entity Epsilon has optioned thriller "The Duelist" from scribes Dan Dworkin and Jay Beattie, to be produced by Jan de Bont's Blue Tulip Prods. and Rick Lashbrook's R.L…
Cale Boyter has been promoted to director of development and Magnus Kim has been named creative executive at New Line Cinema.
Universal Pictures has promoted Masako Ichino to VP of business affairs.
Revenue at Corporacion Interamericana de Entretenimiento, Latin America's leading live entertainment promoter, rose to 1.45 billion pesos ($145 million) in the third quarter, a 10% jump over a year…
He may be the world's favorite Italian plumber, but Super Mario has found that sentiment counts for nothing among Europe's bureaucrats.
Five Regal Entertainment theaters that switched from Imax to a competing giant-screen format are returning to Imax.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday proposed a set of rules cracking down on corporate America's love affair with pro forma financial reporting and off-balance sheet transactions.
Marvel Enterprises said Wednesday that continued big bucks from "Spider-Man" box office proceeds and licensing fees helped the New York-based comix giant get back into the black for the third quarter.
Roman Polanski's Cannes winner "The Pianist" opened the 12th Cottbus Film Festival Wednesday, highlighting this year's focus on Polish contemporary cinema.
Software maker Mental Images has signed a strategic partnership with Industrial Light & Magic to provide custom code creation services, access to its library of specialized rendering software and…