UGC Intl. has picked up worldwide rights to Alan Rudolph's "Investigating Sex," an $8 million project starring Nick Nolte and Neve Campbell.
Pandora, in association with newly announced Gaylord Films, will finance "Donnie Darko," a teenage drama to be executive produced by Drew Barrymore through her Flower Films. Adam Fields ("Brokedown…
"Gladiator" unleashed hell in its sophomore frame, taking in an estimated $24.3 million to outdo the weekend's four debuts combined. Figures for Russell Crowe starrer nearly doubled the $12.3 million…
High-profile U.S. TV projects from Warners and Hallmark are getting off the ground in the Czech Republic this week.
Helkon Media's new international sales company, Helkon Intl. Pictures, is making a mighty bow, selling off foreign rights to MGM's $85 million "Rollerball." Helkon, along with Japan's Toho-Towa, is a…
The Independent Feature Project has announced the addition of a new annual laurel, the Anthony Radziwill Documentary Achievement Award, to bow at the 2000 IFP Gotham Awards ceremony in the fall.
The Visual Effects Society will hold its second annual festival July 14-16 at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Leonard H. Goldenson Theater.
Horror maestro George Romero is back with more gore, writing and directing vampire thriller "The Ill" for year-old Gotham-based indie P-Kino Films. Pic is P-Kino's first. Death and the walking undead…
Marking a significant new step in German Kinowelt Me-dien's planned pan-European distrib network, Kinowelt and Madrid-based Lolafilms have closed an output deal for Spain on Kinowelt USA's…
In a reorganization of Scandinavian financier, producer and distributor Scanbox Entertainment, acting chairman Bo Norholm has been named the company's co-chairman, managing director and CEO. The redo…