Warner Bros. has snapped up all U.K. rights to medieval action pic "Ironclad."
"Twilight" thesp Jackson Rathbone and Blighty's Bill Nighy are both in advanced negotiations to star in a 3D feature adaptation of horror scribe Peter Straub's "Shadowland."
Hong Kong helmer and producer Peter Chan is confident his $20 million martial arts epic "Wu Xia" will revolutionize the chopsocky genre, and the project is packing a punch at the AFM.
As the traditional funding model for independent film crumbles, a new breed of mogul is emerging to fill the void.
Andy Paterson named his company Archer Street Prods. after its address in London's Soho district. But the shingle isn't there any longer, because Paterson has gone virtual.
There's a new feel to this year's AFM as larger sales companies pushing bigger projects pull out all the stops to encourage buying and increase confidence in the indie sector.
Miami-based Latino sales company Ondamax Films is launching a theatrical, DVD and VOD label to release Latino pics in the U.S. and Canada.
Nick Stahl toplines indie romantic drama "The Boarding House," which recently wrapped principal photography in Queens.
In 30 years, the indie film market has seen much change, from technology to the way technology allows business to get done.
The first American Film Market in 1981 was a modest affair, but the big news was the blockbuster pre-sales achieved for a $15 million Sylvester Stallone actioner by an upstart outfit called Carolco.
Fox Intl. Prods has boarded Colombian-Spanish psychological thriller "Bunker," which Columbian director Andi Baiz has begun lensing in Bogota.