"Rosie," Belgium's submission for Oscar consideration, will kick off a weeklong Belgian film series at Gotham's Quad Cinema on Friday.
The Independent Feature Project has extended to Dec. 4 the submission deadline for its annual showcase of American indie film at Berlin's European Film Market.
With the virtually simultaneous release of "The Prince of Egypt" on more than 7,500 screens in nearly 40 countries, DreamWorks will be taking the biggest gamble of its young life.
A socko bow by "Saving Private Ryan" in Australia helped hoist the WWII epic across the $200 million threshold overseas last week, while "There's Something About Mary" and "The Horse Whisperer" both…
Director Montxo Armendariz has won Spain's 1998 National Film Prize, the most important annual plaudit for a film professional in Spain.
Four-time Oscar-winning director Robert Wise, whose credits include "West Side Story," "The Sound of Music" and "Star Trek: The Motion Picture," will be honored by the Society of Motion Picture…
CBS has inked a development deal with British actor-writer-director Hugh Laurie, who just wrapped his starring role in Columbia’s “Stuart Little.” His CBS deal was brokered by attorney Fred Toczek…
Sony Pictures has picked up the theatrical rights to the man-and-his-monster project, "Practical Demonkeeping," and have hired "Idle Hands" scribes Terri Hughes and Ron Milbauer to pen the screenplay.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center pulled an unauthorized screen adaptation of J.D. Salinger's "Franny and Zooey" from its three-week Iranian film festival, which began Nov. 20.
British entrepreneur Cliff Stanford, who became a multimillionaire with the sale of Demon Internet, has set up Redbus Films to invest in low-budget U.K. movies.
White Mountain Films is teaming with Nova to produce a PBS documentary and a large-format film based on the 1914-15 Antarctic expedition led by Ernest Shackleton, which left the British explorer and…