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Terry Press is solely in charge of CBS Films after her co-president Wolfgang Hammer quietly stepped down last May, a company spokesman confirmed. Hammer will reportedly continue to play a consulting…
The Sundance Film Festival attracts a wide variety of independent and studio-affiliated distributors. Meet some of the nearly 40 companies that are shopping for pics at this year's fest.
A love story between octogenarians, "Coming of Age" avoids the mawkishness and condescending cuteness often brought to such stories, arriving at a clear-eyed result that's touchingly real.
TV's biggest week is pretty much all glam and glitz in the days leading up the main event.
Derek Lee and Clif Prowse's buzzed-about found-footage film "Ends of the Earth" is set to travel to the ends of the world.
In a pre-emptive deal announced on the eve of the Cannes Film Festival, CBS Films has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the action thriller "Ends of the Earth."
New CBS Films co-prexies Terry Press and Wolfgang Hammer don't like to define themselves by their budgets, P&A caps or even the type of films they release, but they're happy to shed light on how to…
CBS has tapped Wolfgang Hammer and Terry Press as co-presidents of the CBS Films division. Press has been consulting for the studio since 2010 and Hammer previously served as the Chief Operating…
Amy Baer is exiting her post as president and CEO of CBS Films, four years after she joined the company, and plans to segue to a producer role.
Proving once again that any history can be made into formulaic feel-good pablum, Daniel Bruhl vehicle "Lessons of a Dream" hits all the expected revisionist PC notes in positing soccer's arrival as a…
Vicco von Buelow, who for decades made Germans laugh by making fun of Teutonic idiosyncrasies, died of natural causes in his hometown of Ammerland in Bavaria on Monday, Aug. 22. He was 87.