Al Pacino is slated to take part in two events at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Warner Bros. is releasing four Barbra Streisand titles on DVD for the first time.
Patrice Chereau, whose last two films earned him the Silver Bear Award for best director at the Berlin Film Festival, has set his sights on "Hunger," a contemporary adaptation of the Knut Hamsun…
Hip-hopper Damon Dash's insider urban music world comedy "Death of a Dynasty," starring Jay-Z, will world premiere May 7 in a gala event at the second Tribeca Film Festival.
Nearly 60 million films were burned onto CDs in Germany last year, according to a survey published Tuesday by the German Federal Film Board (FFA), adding to already mounting fears about piracy.
Undaunted by the focus on the war against Iraq, the key GOP backer of federal anti-runaway-production legislation has pledged to keep pushing a tax credit bill aimed at productions under $10 million.
New Line Cinema has paid mid-six figures to acquire pitch "The Wedding Crashers" from scribes Steve Faber and Bob Fisher.
Warner Bros. and J.K. Rowling have won a court case in Amsterdam blocking publication of a Dutch translation of a Russian novel that claims to spoof the "Harry Potter" stories.
Imagine Television senior VP Jennifer Robinson and Jim Henson Company business affairs veep Dyanne Stempel have made their first foray into screenwriting, selling spec script "Hostile Makeover" to…
Worries about the war in Iraq and the attendant problems of shooting outside Hollywood have led to booming off-lot production levels in television. TV production jumped to 1,682 days in March.