CBS has snagged the rights to Scott Turow's bestselling thriller "Reversible Errors" and tapped Roger Spottiswoode ("Tomorrow Never Dies") to direct "Ice Bound," Miramax TV's first foray into the…
Markets & Festivals
Digital Domain has tapped Brad Call as prexy of the f/x facility, as topper Scott Ross focuses his attention on developing and producing the company's own original slate of film projects.
ABC reality veep John Saade has ankled to set up shop as an indie producer of both scripted and unscripted programming.
The WB plans to pick up a new version of "The Gong Show," the late-1970s series that showcased the worst that talent had to offer.
As if they didn't have enough problems, the Hollywood studios and Europe's pay-TV players are being investigated by European Union antitrust regulators over the sale of TV rights to movies.
Confirming the fundamental importance of TV coin to documentary filmmaking, half the docs in Sundance 2003 competition are backed by broadcasters such as HBO, IFC and PBS (some in tandem with…
Sundance Institute Tribute to Independent Vision awardee Holly Hunter picks three important moments from her film repertoire.
For his first feature, Matt Dillon didn't pick an easy scenario on a Hollywood sound stage, but instead wrote a story about American fugitives hiding out in Cambodia.
Theaters: Eccles Theater/Eccles Black Box1750 Kearns Blvd.Festival premieres in the plush 1,270 seat main theater and press screenings in a smaller venue Egyptian Theater328 Main St.Premieres, world…
When the European, Latin American and Japanese winners of the $10,000 NHK Intl. Filmmakers Award are introduced at the awards ceremony at the Sundance Film Festival this year, they might generate a…