In a project announcement that is the quintessence of the American Film Market, MPI/Dark Sky Films and XYZ Films are launching “XX” as an all-female horror anthology, with each segment featuring both…
"Anna Nicole" isn't really about anything in the conventional sense, but still manages to be as hard to turn away from and vaguely sleazy as its namesake, which should suit Lifetime's purposes just…
Steve Dontanville and Frank Frattaroli's D/F Management is merging with Circle of Confusion to create a full-service management and production company that will operate under the Circle of Confusion…
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IFC Films has acquired U.S. rights to director Mary Harron's "The Moth Diaries" three months after the gothic thriller played at the Venice and Toronto film festivals.
Lionsgate has tapped Noble Jones to write and direct a reimagining of "American Psycho," based on Bret Easton Ellis' 1991 novel.
The body count runs high at Brangwyn boarding school, but tension, surprise and viewer interest are the real casualties in this adaptation of Rachel Klein's young-adult vampire novel.
Gotham filmmaker Mary Harron journeys to the Lido this week with her fourth feature, an adaptation of Rachel Klein's 2002 bestseller "The Moth Diaries," which preems out of competition today in…
The Venice Film Festival, which will announce its lineup Thursday, has locked in what looks to be a standout edition, with plenty of high-profile English-language titles plus a strong Asian presence…
Young Irish thesp Sarah Bolger, who will receive the Wilde Card award for rising talent at the Oscar Wilde Awards, joined Dublin's Young Peoples Theater Co. when she was 5, and within a year was cast…
"This Film Is Not Yet Rated" constitutes a ballsy expose of the notoriously secretive methods of the Motion Picture Assn. of America's ratings board; the guerrilla enterprise takes, and provokes…