Arthouse king James Ivory will be a headlining guest at the Avignon/New York Film Festival, which is skedded to roll out 20 French and American indies for their New York preems.
Freedom Film Festival 1999 kicked off Thursday with Valery Todorovsky's "Land of the Deaf" from Russia. The freewheeling tale set in Moscow's crime underworld received the international jury prize in…
Steve Kloves will script for DreamWorks the Americanized remake of the hit French film "Le Diner de Cons," which Francis Veber will direct and Lauren Shuler-Donner will produce.
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Horseshoe Bay, the Disney-based partnership between Mark Steven Johnson and Gary Foster, has set up the comedy "Taco Dog" at Village Roadshow Pictures, and has elevated two execs to replace outgoing…
Shoreline Entertainment has acquired international distribution rights to director Mary Lambert's teen drama "Clubland," produced by Mimi Polk Gitlin ("Thelma & Louise") and Grammy-winning songwriter…
The Santa Monica Film Festival has ramped up an impressive, intensive three days of screenings and panels that will culminate Sunday with the presentation of the first Moxie! Awards.
Eyeing a multicharacter starring vehicle for actor-comedian Martin Lawrence, 20th Century Fox has paid a mid-six- against high-six-figure sum for Darryl Quarles' comedy spec "Big Momma's House."
Eleven Canadians to be given scientific and technical Oscars for three innovations will be honored by the Canadian Consulate at a lunch Thursday. Canadian Oscar nominees in the arts will be…
Director Joel Schumacher will soon turn his attention to a remake of the award-winning French thriller "L'Appartement" ("The Apartment") for Paramount-based Lakeshore Entertainment.
The second annual Freedom Film Festival, the American Cinema Foundation's showcase of films from Central and Eastern Europe, kicks off its L.A. engagement Friday, a week after its Berlin gig.