Exclusive Media set to produce and co-finance Sam Fell's action comedy "Skiptrace," starring Jackie Chan and Bingbing Fan.
Cyrte Investments and China Film Co. have come on board with John Woo (pictured above) and Terence Chang for their “Flying Tigers” World War II project to be released in two versions — a two-part…
Anchors for major news nets were roused from sleep in the wee hours of Friday morning, kicking off a Boston-centered media frenzy surrounding the marathon bombing suspects that is approaching its…
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Documentary filmmaker Les Blank, known for highly personal docus such as “Burden of Dreams” and “Garlic Is as Good as Ten Mothers,” died Sunday at his home in Berkeley, Calif., according to the New…
"Private Practice" star Tim Daly is set to co-star with Kyra Sedgwick in the indie "Rays of Light." John Patrick Amedori, Roberto Aguire, Valorie Curry and Natalia Dyer are also on board with Batan…
Agreeably amusing but unduly extended, "Matru ki Bijlee ka Mandola" suggests what might have resulted had Rodgers and Hammerstein lived long enough to attempt a Broadway musical about the Occupy Wall…
Exclusive Media is looking to raise between $30 million and $50 million in new equity to help fuel its expansion into domestic distribution through its newly created Exclusive Releasing arm.
While Hollywood majors cling to their tentpoles, indies have seized an opportunity to reinvent their business model.
A well-appointed but unexciting historical thriller built around a young protag switching from one side to the other.
Mediaset has sold its stake in Endemol, ending the strategic alliance between Italy's top commercial broadcaster and the global production powerhouse best known for "Big Brother."
A Passover Seder dinner provides the premise for a free-swinging discussion of politics and religion, including the Middle East, in Lisa Loomer's often funny but frustratingly stereotype-laden…