Sony Pictures Classics has acquired all North American, Latin American, Spanish and Australian rights to Sandra Goldbacher's feature debut "The Governess," a period romantic drama starring Minnie…
Kathy Greenberg has moved from Sony-based Jim Henson Pictures to Working Title, stepping into the positions once filled by Anna DeRoy and Rebecca Hughes.
Women in Film is calling for nominations for the second annual Kodak Vision Award, to be presented to a female cinematographer with exceptional achievements in feature or documentary filmmaking.
Inspired by the bounty brought to the coffers of the Catholic charity that produced "The Spitfire Grill," producer Jon Lutz ("Prefontaine"), Presbyterian minister Howard Edington and Orlando…
Dutch independent TV producers are demanding new and hefty quotas be levied on the state broadcasting system in order to save their own industry.
Veteran indie filmmaker Robert M. Young is attached to direct the Southern drama "Deep Purple" by actress-turned-scribe Karen Black.
U.K. cable music channel the Box is upping the stakes in its ratings battle with MTV, undertaking a three-staged entry into satellite television.
Yoni Cohen is said to have resigned as Polygram Filmed Entertainment's vice president of television and broadcasting after less than a year in the job.
Studio Canal Plus, the film production arm of French pay television company Canal Plus, is to co-finance the next two films starring Chinese actress Gong Li.
Miramax's Dimension Films division walked away from a surprisingly quiet bankruptcy court hearing Tuesday with the prequel, sequel and remake rights to Carolco Pictures' "Rambo" franchise for a cool…
David Puttnam is to receive a British Film Institute fellowship May 22 for his ''outstanding contribution'' to British film.