"Dark City" director Alex Proyas and his producing partner, Andrew Mason, have signed their Sydney-based Mystery Clock Cinema to a two-year, first-look deal at New Line Cinema.
Less than two weeks after the Cuban missile crisis project found its new home, director Phil Alden Robinson has dropped out of the Beacon Communications/Sony Pictures co-production "13 Days."
As the 10th anniversary edition of the Nortel Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival wrapped on Sunday the annual unspoolings in the desert once again provided an ambitious programming lineup, including 32…
Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl. and Buena Vista Intl. have appointed two key executives in their Colombia and Mexico joint ventures.
Hot off the critically acclaimed "Elizabeth," Indian director Shekhar Kapur has made a deal with Warner Bros. and Bel Air Entertainment to make "Steinbeck's Point of View" his next directing…
Paramount and MTV Films' high school football comedy "Varsity Blues" broke through a crowded field to lead the league with a projected $14.3 million for the first three days of the four-day Martin…
UCLA's Film and Television Archive will screen two films, the Academy Award-nominated "Colors Straight Up" as well as "John Henrik Clarke: A Great and Mighty Walk," as part of the school's…
Brussels opens its fourth competitive film fest Wednesday with a new, improved location and a top-notch guest of honor -- revered Polish helmer Andrej Wajda -- whose presence will do much to lend the…
The government of Iceland has agreed to nearly triple its public funding to film production.
Oscar dark horse "Shakespeare in Love" will vie for a Golden Bear in competition at the Berlin Intl. Film Fest running Feb. 10-21, distrib UIP confirmed.
Tony Scott's "Enemy of the State" minted a juicy $19.5 million in 19 overseas markets last week, yet exhibs were wistfully recalling the same period last year when "Titanic" and "Tomorrow Never Dies"…