A day after their “The Fifth Estate” opened the Toronto Film Festival, Participant Media is re-teaming with DreamWorks' on “The Hundred-Foot Journey,” starring Helen Mirren and Manish Dayal…
Participant Media, a key backer of touchstone documentaries such as "An Inconvenient Truth" and "Food," Inc., isn't afraid to take on divisive issues like government secrecy and the state of…
DreamWorks Studios and Participant Media have joined the untitled feature about the Catholic Church's cover-up of its pedophile priests in Massachusetts, uncovered by the Boston Globe. Variety…
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The Society of Camera Operators will recognize director Clint Eastwood and Panavision exec Phil Radin with its 2012 lifetime achievement awards at a ceremony on Feb. 19 at the Leonard Goldenson…
"Lost" star Matthew Fox is heading back to an island, as he's set to topline Peter Webber's Japan-set political thriller "Emperor," which is a co-production between Fellers Film and Krasnoff/Foster…
Focus Features has acquired domestic distribution rights to Joe Wright's adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's classic novel "Anna Karenina," a Working Title Films production that's set to star Keira Knightley.
Following a major bidding war, DreamWorks has acquired Sascha Rothchild's comic pitch "Who Invited Her?" and set Reese Witherspoon to produce with Gary Foster ("The Soloist").
Texas high school theater teacher Lynn Shaw is being groomed to become the star of Disney's latest inspirational tale.
"The dance between the day and night reality of life on L.A.'s downtown streets is like an intricate ballet," said Kokayi Ampah, location manager for "The Soloist."
When he was a teenager, his family summered in the Adirondacks where he spent endless hours watching films and reading. That's when Jeff Skoll first fell in love with storytelling.