Last year, director Terry Gilliam brought three minutes of "The Brothers Grimm" to Cannes. On Friday, he and Miramax Films/WeinsteinCo. head Harvey Weinstein showed 20 minutes of the pic. "At this…
Robert Lantos, the Canadian producer of competish entry "Where the Truth Lies," said he would not allow Atom Egoyan's sexually explicit pic to be cut by the MPA ratings scissors -- as the sex scenes…
Jean-Jacques Beineix is brushing up his Proust. Gallic helmer has optioned the adaptation rights to the philosophical thriller "For a Long Time I Used To Go To Bed Early" by French author Jean-Pierre…
Gary Hamilton's Darclight Films has added supernatural thriller "The Gravedancers" to their slate.
Spain's burgeoning line of historical event pics ("Alatriste," "Tirante El Blanco," Teresa") has a new addition: "Cervantes." An adventure/romantic comedy, pic imagines a life-long love affair…
Francois Lesterlin and Adam Krentzman's Outlook Films has its first go movie with "Elephant Tales," a live-action family adventure feature that will begin shooting June 13. Myriad Pictures reps sales…
Getting a film released in theaters is now just a small step in the life of a pic as distribution alternatives become an antidote to traditional distribution.
Tartan Films has picked up U.S. and U.K. rights to Mexico's sexually explicit Cannes competition entry "Battle in Heaven" by Carlos Reygados.
FilmFour has started shooting Jerry Rothwell's documentary pic "Deep Water," about the disastrous 1968 round-the-world yacht race.
Brit outfit Moviehouse Entertainment has been appointed to handle international sales for "Who Killed Norma Barnes," a contempo reworking of Dostoevsky's novel "The Idiot."