New Line has beaten out several U.K. offers for film rights to "Being Alexander," a first novel by British author Nancy Sparling.
NYU's 59th annual First Run Film Festival wrapped Saturday at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, with the presentation of more than $50,000 in prizes to seven student filmmakers enrolled in the Tisch…
The DoubleTake Documentary Film Festival, self-billed as the largest docu fest in the States, will unspool its fourth annual event May 3-6 in Durham, N.C.
StudioCanal posted 2000 profits that soared to 35.6 million euros ($32.18 million) on revenues of $350.76 million. The figures reflect the consolidation of three new distribution units…
Bryan Lowe has ankled financing org Macquarie Film Corp. after three years to form production and financing company Harbourside Pictures.
A French labor court has awarded $50,000 to writer-director Julien Seri, who was sacked from the set of Luc Besson's action movie "Yamakasi." Seri brought a suit against Besson's production company…
Production group Expand's net income last year rose 31% to 1.2 million euros ($1 million). More than 2,000 hours of programming were produced in the period.
Lenser Dean Cundey, who last shot Nancy Meyer's romantic comedy "What Women Want," has been tapped the Kodak Cinematographer in Residence at UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television.
Civilian Content, the production group that owns lotto franchise the Film Consortium, has reported a loss of £1.63 million ($2.31 million) in 2000 on sales of $5.7 million. The sales figure was more…
In a generally lethargic weekend in Europe, holdover "Miss Congeniality" was a standout, commanding top spot in the U.K., Germany and Austria, while "Traffic" was sturdy in its onramp into Germany…
Universal Pictures is in final negotiations to acquire North American rights to MDP Worldwide's epic adventure "D'Artagnan," directed by Peter Hyams ("End of Days") with a budget north of $40 million.