French cinema is alive and well in Europe. That's the conclusion of Unifrance, the body in Paris that promotes French film abroad.
SAG will be accepting submissions for the seventh annual Screen Actors Guild Awards through 5 p.m. Nov. 29.
While most studios would love to have Adam Sandler's next film, it looks likely that that pic will be shared by rivals New Line and Columbia. The studios are in talks to co-produce a comic script…
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The Canadian government is creating a new C$100 million ($66.7 million) fund to increase the quality of and audience for domestic feature films.
Barbet Schroeder is in final negotiations to helm Castle Rock's new thriller, formerly called "Murder by Numbers," but now known as the "Untitled Tony Gayton Project." The French helmer best known…
MGM has sold U.K. pay-per-view rights for "The World Is Not Enough" to independent service U>Direct films, snubbing British pay TV leader BSkyB.
Imagine Entertainment has closed a deal with Valerie Breiman to further develop "Crazy," a screenplay penned by Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel.
AtomFilms.com has extended its relationship with the USC School of Cinema-Television, inking a deal to exclusively Webcast 25 short films from the school's First Look Film Festival, which ended…
The Sundance Screen-writers' Lab will sponsor a weeklong Central European edition in Prague Nov. 4-9.
StreamSearch has upped its library of content offerings by 40,000 hours by inking a deal with Movieconnect.com, a destination site for film fans. Movieconnect's library of film clips, trailers…
Former Mardi Gras Film Festival executive officer Tony Grierson has been appointed business affairs manager of Oz major Beyond Distribution.