Woodstock 99, to be held July 23-25 in Rome, N.Y., has partnered with the Independent Film Channel to present the Woodstock Film Festival at the music gathering as part of the 30th anniversary of the…
The U.K. government has called on British filmmakers to produce more movies for children, as part of a wider film education initiative.
Director Agnieszka Holland, serving jury duty at the Karlovy Vary Festival, found time to ink a deal for her next film, "Julie Walking Home."
Roger Kumble, writer/director of Sony Pictures' teen pic "Cruel Intentions," is setting up shop on the Sony lot. Kumble, who will have an office -- but not a production company -- at Sony, is already…
Elijah Wood has landed the coveted lead role of Frodo Baggins in New Line Cinema's adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings."
Woodstock may become more than a concert and a ground-breaking documentary. If all goes as planned, it will soon be the setting for a comedic feature film.
Prague post-production company Cinemasound heralded completion of work on its first foreign film at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival.
Ken Gross Management will team with Craig Anderson Productions to develop the feature "Edith Wharton in Love," based on the novelist's personal experiences in turn-of-the-century New England.
Maple Palm Prods., headed by comic actor Dave Thomas, has inked a $50 million film production pact with MEG Media Group.
Sean Young ("Ace Ventura, Pet Detective") and Clare Kramer ("Cheer Fever") are in final negotiations to join the cast of the indie pic "Jersey Girls" from Goose to Goose Productions.