LONDON — Georg Maas' "Two Lives" will represent Germany in the foreign-language film category of the Academy Awards. The decision was made Tuesday in Munich by an independent jury, which was…
Dutch helmer Dick Maas has a local hit on his hands with Santa slasher movie "Sint."
An uninflected, docu-like study of an 18-year-old Dutch woman searching for her birth mother.
Showtime is developing an original movie centered on the rise and fall of disgraced New York Times journo Jayson Blair, net entertainment prexy Robert Greenblatt announced.
Interscope Communications has picked up Bruce C. McKenna and John-Michael Maas' pitch "Turn Me On" for low six figures against mid-six figures.
Under a new two-year first-look deal he’s signed with Laura Ziskin’s Fox 2000, Jonathan Krane will produce five projects, including an adaptation of Peter Maas’ bestselling bio of mobster Sammy (The…
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