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Hollywood's major studios are making fewer movies and focusing more and more on big-ticket tentpole franchises, giving the independent sector the clear-cut opportunity to expand. With the 38th…
The buying bonanza at Sundance hasn't been a boon for all.
Christine D'Souza, former vp of content sales and project finance of Preferred Content, has joined WME as an agent.
Millennium Entertainment is near a deal to acquire North American distribution right on Julianne Moore-Alexander Skarsgard starrer "What Maisie Knew."
Barriers to the feature film business -- at least in terms of finances -- are easing, according to one of Hollywood's top agents.
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired domestic and select international rights to Michael and Peter Spierig's sci-fi action-thriller "Predestination," which will reunite the siblings with…
As buyers descend on Cannes, the number of distributors playing in the multiplatform field of date-and-date releases -- and compressed windows in general -- is growing.
Robert Pattinson has come on board to star in military thriller "Mission: Blacklist."
In 2006, a trio of twentysomething producers bet that a tale of a drug-addicted teacher could give them a niche hit and establish them as players in the tough indie world.
When William Morris and Endeavor merged in May, most of the indie biz had decamped to the Cannes Film Festival.
Jessica Alba will topline modern-day fable "An Invisible Sign of My Own."