"Harry Potter" director David Yates has come onboard to direct an adaptation of Emma Forrest's memoir "Your Voice in My Head" for London-based Ruby Films.
A high-school comedy about two teenage boys who fall in love with the wife of their brutal gym teacher has topped the 2010 Brit List, which spotlights the U.K.'s best unproduced screenplays.
"Sin nombre" helmer Cary Fukunaga is in advanced negotiations to direct a feature adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre" for Brit shingle Ruby Films.
With Mel Gibson set to star in "Edge of Darkness" and Ellen Page attached to "Jane Eyre," BBC Films has arrived at Cannes in much healthier shape than many feared this time last year, when news broke…
Miramax Films and Film4 have struck a development and production deal with Alison Owen and Paul Trijbits of Ruby Films, the British company behind "The Other Boleyn Girl." (pictured)
London Eye: One of the seven development "powerhouses" set up last year by the U.K. Film Council has bitten the dust.
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