Zeitgeist Films has picked up domestic rights to Francois Ozon's "Water Drops on Burning Rocks" and Icelandic helmer Hrafn Gunnlauggson's "Witchcraft" at the Berlin Film Festival.
Jude Law, Oscar nommed for his role in "The Talented Mr. Ripley," has committed to topline "Four Feathers," which like "Ripley" is a Paramount/Miramax co-production.
FilmFour has committed to back the feature film "The Emperor's New Clothes," to be produced by Uberto Pasolini's ("The Full Monty") Redwave Films, and to be directed by Alan Taylor ("Palookaville").
Terri Jones has been appointed to the new position of director of the British Film Commission.
TV's longtime flirtation with Broadway finally may turn into a real romance.
Yahoo's first online film fest has unveiled its slate of feature pics and shorts, topped by recent Ifilm acquisition "The Sadness of Sex," helmed by Rupert Wainwright of "Stigmata."
Powered by earnings from its cable networks, Blockbuster video chain and entertainment holdings, Viacom posted a profit of $334 million in 1999 compared with a flood of red ink the year before.
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has acquired the Music Producers Guild of the Americas. As a result, the org will form a Producers and Engineers Wing, to be headed by 15-year…
Imax shares jumped more than $4 Wednesday on the Nasdaq after the company reported solid year-end and fourth-quarter earnings, and its bosses enthused about the future of cinema -- a future for…
In another example of nets stepping up efforts to diversify their skeds, CBS has greenlit production on a one-hour dramedy expected to feature an all- Hispanic cast.
Behaviour Communications and Tube Images announced Tuesday that they have inked a deal whereby Montreal-based Tube will acquire Behaviour's digital studio, also based in Montreal. Tube, a company…
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