It was a "Beauty" pageant, a "Sopranos" high note, a trip to "Toy" land, a salute to biopics and an evening of gentle mockery at the 57th annual Golden Globes. The kudofest is often cited as an Oscar…
Janeane Garofalo, Lorraine Bracco, Jason Priestley and Larry Miller are among the crop of filmmakers and talent set to unspool their films next month at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.
Hie-yah! Sony Pictures Family Entertainment is getting a little chopsocky, closing in on a deal to make "The Tenth Master." The film is a kung fu action comedy by Craig Titley ("Scooby Doo," "Cheaper…
Under his Merv Griffin Entertainment banner, Merv Griffin will team with actor George Hamilton to co-produce a feature film based on Hamilton's real-life adventures as a teenager traversing the…
Director Phillip Noyce is partnering with TF1 Intl. to develop "Bloodline," a story set against the backdrop of the Russia-Chechnya conflict.
Gotham-based indie shingle the Shooting Gallery, in conjunction with Loews Cineplex Entertainment, will launch its indie film series Feb. 25 for 12 weeks in 17 major markets.
The fifth annual Palm Beach Intl. Film Festival, showcasing 50-plus films from 22 countries, will be held Feb. 4-13.
Two additional sponsors, Motorola and On2.com, have been added to the 2000 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah; fest kicked off Thursday and runs till Jan. 30.
"La Ciudad" is Spanish for city. It's also the setting of an unusual marketing push that is helping a pic, which chronicles urban life, reach often-elusive Latino auds.
Peter Chelsom has closed a deal to helm the new Miramax comedy "Serendipity." The Blackpool, England, native most recently directed New Line's Warren Beatty starrer "Town and Country." He also helmed…
Creative Light Worldwide, a film sales and distribution company, has acquired worldwide rights to "The Hi-Line," starring Rachael Leigh Cook, Ryan Alosio, Margot Kidder, Stuart Margolin and Tantoo…