Jean-Jacques Annaud and Mandalay Pictures are bonding again to make "Enemy at the Gates." "Enemy" is slated to lens in Germany in December or early January.
Paramount Pictures has acquired the rights to "Miss Pickett," a modernization of Nancy R. Julian's children's novel.
A lawsuit that pitted independent producer David Stutman against Leonardo DiCaprio over the release of the low-budget film "Don's Plum" was settled Friday.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The fall biz boomed in a bunch of overseas markets last week, except for a notably lethargic U.K., as the "Star Wars" prequel, "The Sixth Sense," "Big Daddy" and "Eyes Wide Shut" delivered good to…
With the Golden Shell going to director Francois Dupeyron's "C'est quoi la vie?," French pics scored top prizes in the official and new director competitions as well as in the audience polls at the…
Twentieth Century Fox has tapped Michael Di Jiacomo to pen the adaptation of "The Light Princess," based on the fairy tale by George Macdonald.
Francis Ford Coppola's film banner American Zoetrope has launched a DVD production lab, and one of its first releases will be the digital edition of "Apocalypse Now" for Paramount Home Video.
Marketplace competition posed no peril to Paramount's "Double Jeopardy," which handily led the weekend box office with an estimated $23.7 million. The frame also saw excellent results for DreamWorks'…
Celebrating the work of student films produced in class workshops or as independent projects, the USC School of Cinema-Television will hold its annual October First Look Festival Oct. 4 -7 at the DGA.
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.
With his "The Hurricane" gearing up to take the holiday film season by storm, helmer Norman Jewison has been tapped as this year's George Eastman Award winner at ShowEast '99. The award is given…