As the April 1 pre-strike production deadline nears, the A-list is taking the A-train from one gig to another.
The 25th Sydney Festival wrapped Jan. 26, after three weeks, with organizers claiming to have met B.O. targets and achieved "a substantial six-figure surplus."
French indie exhibs and arthouses, directors and producers are crying victory over new legislation to restrict unlimited-entry cinema passes. The new rule, added to a bill in the lower house of…
Marisa Tomei and Heather Graham are in negotiations to topline Working Title Films' "Guru of Sex," to be directed by Daisy Mayer.
Movie studios, like expectant mothers, often agonize over what to name their offspring. And, as in TV, the process is getting even more painful because of the sheer volume of new releases. Not until…
The best film prize will be contested by these three front-runners, along with Steven Soderbergh's "Erin Brockovich" and Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous." This is the first year that the British…
Malaysian film production appears to be emerging from a long-term slump, driven by international film fest recognition for two recent pictures, an influx of new talent and the switch to shooting…
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped Lukas Ettlin and Sarah Levy winners of its Heritage Award to encourage promising young filmmakers. The pair will be honored at the 15th annual ASC…
Call it Death Race 2001. For every big-ticket, star-driven pic that rolls prior to the potential strikes, two more big-money projects are crashing and burning.
The Art Directors Guild has tapped production designers for "The Cell," "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," "Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas," "Gladiator" and "The Patriot" as nominees for…
Telescene Film Group and CineGroupe have inked a deal to set up an yet-to-be named production and distribution company to be 20% owned by Telescene, 80% by CineGroupe.