Lot 47 Films is proving to be an active post-Cannes buyer: the Gotham shingle has acquired North American rights to Amos Kollek's "Fast Food Fast Women," which screened in the main competition at the…
Gotham-based Lot 47 Films has acquired North American rights to the Cannes competition film "Chunhyang" from Korean director Im Kwon Taek.
Gotham indie distributor Lot 47 Films has returned from Cannes with a newfound interest in cinema Down Under.
In yet another clash of the media titans, Blockbuster is hiding copies of DreamWorks' "American Beauty" video behind store counters because the studio wouldn't cave to Blockbuster's financial term…
Jeff Lipsky and Scott Lipsky's Lot 47 has closed a mid-to-high six-figure deal for all North American rights to the Beyond Films-repped romantic comedy "Russian Doll."
Lot 47 Films has tapped Mary Ann Hult VP of publicity and Dawn Altyn VP of distribution services.
In German video biz history, 1999 will go down as the breakthrough year for DVD.
Famed Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki is back at work on a new feature film, ending a 2-1/2-year filmmaking hiatus after his last movie, "Princess Mononoke," broke the local box office record for a…
HOLLYWOOD - No issue has dominated Hollywood this year quite as much as the fear that its very patrimony -- the movie and TV production that pays the bills and makes the stars -- is fleeing to places…
After striking out in its attempt to foist an English-dubbed version of "Life Is Beautiful" on the American public, Miramax will find a friendlier welcome for its re-voiced "Princess Mononoke." Hayao…
The record-setting Japanese animated feature "Princess Mononoke" is still clicking with Japanese auds, as its television debut on Jan. 22 scored ratings that had not been seen for 15 years.