Miramax HAL Films is developing "The Hole in the Mint," a caper movie scripted by Will Osborne.
Nobody should be happier about the boom in German distribution than U.S. sellers. But many of them are wondering when the bubble will burst.
Cinema owners in the state of Saxony are celebrating the government's change of heart regarding movie theater subsidies.
The Cannes Film Festival opened for business Wednesday, with the traditional hordes of locals and out-of-town fest fans bringing the Croisette to a standstill, as they waited for the showbiz world to…
MacGillivray Freeman Films' large-format pic "Everest" has exceeded Miramax's expectations in homevideo sales since its March release.
International Film Guarantors has pacted to provide completion bonds for two upcoming pics from Disney-based Spyglass Entertainment, "Shanghai Noon" and "Keeping the Faith."
"Drowning Mona," a black comedy directed by Nick Gomez that reunites Danny DeVito and Bette Midler, has been picked up by London-based Capitol Films for international sales.
L.A.-based Dover Films Inc., which specializes in the creation of large-format films, is opening Dover Films Ltd. in England to serve the growing British and European markets.
In the latest in a series of bond issues backed by an entertainment firm's assets, Charles Koppelman's CAK Universal Credit Corp. has structured a $29 million loan for performing rights org Sesac.
"Cleopatra," the Robert Halmi Sr.-produced miniseries set to air on ABC this month, will have an unusual encore in July when the made-for is offered by satcaster DirecTV as a pay-per-view telecast.
Kenneth Branagh has confirmed that "Macbeth" will be the second film produced by his Shakespeare Film Co. under its three-pic deal with Intermedia.