Twenty-five year vet New Line exec Sara Risher has christened a new inhouse production label, ChickFlicks, which will aim its pics squarely at women.
The U.S. premiere of "Mansfield Park," an adaptation of the Jane Austen novel, kicks off the 35th annual Chicago Intl. Film Festival on Oct. 6. The 16-day Chicago fest is the oldest pic competition…
Emcee Sandra Bernhard paid tribute to the indie spirit at the ninth annual IFP Gotham Awards Wednesday night, spreading both the love and the chutzpah democratically.
Oscar winner George C. Scott, the gravel-voiced and granite-faced actor who was best at portraying the vulnerability beneath the gruff exterior of his characters, died Wednesday at his home in…
Producer Robert Lantos and his Serendipity Point Films have pacted with writer-director Vincenzo Natali to produce and finance Natali's second feature film, "Splice."
Telewest plans to conduct extensive video-on-demand trials early next year, well before fellow cable operator NTL implements its own recently announced VOD plans.
For the third summer in a row, Disney plans to release a major film starring Bruce Willis. He is set to headline helmer Jon Turteltaub's next film -- "The Kid."
The Nederlands Film Festival opened the 19th edition of its annual showcase of film and TV talent Tuesday with Dutch filmers on a new and more commercial high as they prepared to honor the industry's…
The Sundance Film Festival is accepting entries for its 2000 fest running Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah, the Sundance Institute announced Wednesday at the Independent Feature Film Market.
Carol Reed's "The Third Man" has been voted the top British film of all time in a poll of the U.K. film industry conducted by the British Film Institute.
Fox has paid low- to mid-six figures for the option on tyro novelist Jules Bass' tentatively titled comic novel "Headhunters."