Families won't struggle to find moviegoing options this weekend, with three wide releases catering to general auds.
French film director Luc Besson has been named jury president for the 2000 Cannes Film Festival.
Phaedra Cinema has acquired North American rights to Santosh Sivan's "The Terrorist," an Indian film that debuted at Sundance earlier this year.
Fostering the talents of a diverse group of screenwriters from the U.S. and Mexico, the Sundance Institute has chosen 12 feature film projects for its annual Screenwriters Lab, skedded for Jan. 14-19…
Still trying to fill the gap left by the departure of Unifrance's Sarasota French Film Festival (which left the city for Acapulco three years ago), the second annual Sarasota Film Festival will…
Michael Rispoli (“The Sopranos”) will topline the CBS/Big Ticket pilot tentatively titled “The Beat.” The hourlong centers on a police officer trying to keep the peace in a multicultural urban…
Raymond J. Barry has signed on to Disney's "New Port South," the high school-set pic from producers John Hughes and Billy Higgins. Kyle Cooper makes his helming debut.
On the heels of the successful opening weekend of "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo," the pic's scribe Harris Goldberg has sold an untitled pitch to Warner Bros. for a mid-six-figure pricetag.
"American Beauty," "An Ideal Husband," "The Insider," "Sleepy Hollow," "The Talented Mr. Ripley" and "Titus" led nominations for the Golden Satellite Awards, in the fourth annual polling by the Intl…
The formula is etched in Palm Pilots all over Hollywood: Earn at least $100 million on a pic domestically and you'll do at least as much, if not more, overseas.
Nina Saxon gets to go cosmic with two space-titled projects. The VP/creative director of post-production facility New Wave Entertainment will develop the main title sequences for Mike Nichols' "What…