While Rupert Murdoch was presiding over News Corp.'s annual general meeting in Adelaide, Australia, in late October, Murdoch's nephew Michael Kantor was enjoying his own public debut as artistic…
This week Bollywood will see and hear dead people at a time when many Indians flock to the theater during the major Hindu holiday of Diwali.
As Spain's independent distribs trawl the halls of the American Film Market this week, many will be thanking their lucky stars for Spanish commercial web Antena 3.
Martin Scorsese's eyes have been on the skies with "The Aviator," but he's briefly turned his gaze to the seas to endorse a low-budget pic on a Brooklyn lobster biz.
Marking a rare instance of synergistic thinking between a museum and a playhouse, the Tate Modern on London's South Bank will open a major retrospective devoted to August Strindberg's relatively…
Queen Latifah will team with Darryl Taja to produce a sequel to the 1996 pic "Set It Off" for New Line Cinema. Project is one of several being developed by Taja under his new production and…
Don Ranvaud's production outfit Buena Onda is developing the first feature from Philippe Barcinski, one of the directors of Brazilian TV series "City of Men."
Mobius Entertainment has acquired rights to comedy feature "The Man Who Ate the 747" from producer Steven Reuther. Mobius will co-produce the project with Reuther as well as arrange 100% financing…
Jon Tenney ("You Can Count on Me") has been cast as one of the two male leads opposite Albert Brooks in his as-yet-untitled film for Steve Bing's Shangri-La Entertainment.
"Mysterious Skin" helmer Gregg Araki will turn to the comedy-horror genre with his next pic, "crEEEEps!" U.K.-based Renaissance Films will finance the film and is repping foreign sales. UTA reps…