StudioCanal is near a deal to handle worldwide rights outside the U.S. to Finn Taylor's "Cherish," which preemed in dramatic competition at last month's Sundance Film Festival.
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Former Nerve.com VP of film and TV Ross Martin has ankled the Webcaster to launch Plant Film, a production shingle that will specialize in a wide range of television and film projects.
Hong Kong-based Han Entertainment is positioning itself to take on world markets with Chinese entertainment.
Robert Altman's expected next project, "Voltage," still doesn't have enough juice.
Patricia Clarkson ("High Art") will star in "Pieces of April" for InDigEnt Films. She also has joined the cast of Lars von Trier's "Dogville," currently in production.
"I've been involved in the financial market for over 30 years, and it's never been as tough as it is now," said John Miller, managing director of J.P. Morgan, setting a decidedly pessimistic tone for…
French producers and sales agents at AFM are all hoping they have the next "Amelie" on their slate.
Hot off his performance as a seductive college professor in Todd Solondz's controversial "Storytelling," Robert Wisdom is set to join the cast of Miramax Films' dark comedy "Duplex."
Pandasia Entertainment is looking to do what few other Asian companies have done: finance Hollywood movies.
The Asian presence at AFM 2002 remains strong despite the anemic world economy.
In what is being called "Boogie Nights" meets "The Fast and the Furious," Universal Pictures has made a preemptive deal to build a movie around premier skateboarder Tony Hawk.
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