Gotham-based production and financing outfit Shooting Gallery has lined up a development slate that includes an adaptation of Hunter Thompson's "The Rum Diary" starring Johnny Depp and Nick Nolte, a…
A shaft of light has broken through the dark clouds hanging over the London Film Commission.
Riding on the coattails of its success with "Fantasia/2000" and the addition of revenues from Digital Projection International to its income stream, Imax reported Wednesday a 43% gain in…
Summit Entertainment has picked up international rights to the comedy spoof "Heart of Love" from Haxan Films' Eduardo Sanchez and Daniel Myrick, the creators of "The Blair Witch Project." Summit have…
The Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art's film department, in conjunction with Filmmuseum Berlin and the Berlin Film Festival, will present a series called "Artificial Humans in the Cinema," a…
Academy Award-nominated director Roland Joffe and producer Brad Krevoy have announced a three-year partnership for Krevoy to produce at least two of the director's films.
In what marks the first major studio deal to turn an Internet-generated creation into a feature, author and screenwriter John Ridley will be paid $1 million against $2 million by Universal and…
Franco Zeffirelli will reteam with his "Tea With Mussolini" producers Riccardo Tozzi and Giovannella Zannoni to make a feature about the final month in the life of legendary diva Maria Callas, to be…
Unlike the bumbling would-be bank robber he plays in his latest picture, "Small Time Crooks," Woody Allen stole with aplomb into L.A.'s Wadsworth Theater Monday, spoke for an hour to a full house of…
Killer Films is living up to its in-your-face name. Christine Vachon and Pam Koffler's Gotham-based indie production unit has 10 full-length features either in development or production.