Gotham-based indie the Shooting Gallery is building its arsenal, adding a commercial video division to its already lucrative Manhattan-based below-the-line production facility This Gun for Hire.
Promark Entertainment prexy John Kramer has three new projects heading into production within the next few months.
The American Cinematheque will resurrect the work of Edgar G. Ulmer, screening 25 prints of the late director's films Aug. 4-15 at the Egyptian Theatre.
Tracking ahead of "Independence Day" in the U.K., Japan and Australia, the "Star Wars" prequel soared to $168.1 million overseas last week and, depending on its results in continental Europe, appears…
Warner Home Video said it plans to release the Keanu Reeves actioner "The Matrix" as both a rental and feature-filled DVD title on Sept. 21, a move it hopes will encourage salivating sci-fi fans to…
"Tulip," written and directed by Aussie actress Rachel Griffiths ("Hilary and Jackie"), was named best of the fest at the fifth annual Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival.
The population of “Dawson’s Creek” is rising. The teen sudser has added Niklaus Lange and Obba Babatunde to the cast in multi-episode roles. Lange will portray Tad Wallinger, a young, attractive heir…
The 21st Intl. Film Fest here may have been the last one of the century, but it was the first one this decade to draw praise from critics and public alike.
Dimension Films has purchased the script "Sunburned," a college-based comedy written by Adam "Tex" Davis.
Russia's private film producers received an unexpected gesture of support July 28 with the Motion Picture Assn.'s award of a Producer's Prize, shared among four leading figures in the industry…
With interest in women's soccer burgeoning, New Line Cinema has purchased an untitled comedy pitch about the sport from scripter Matthew Chapman for mid- against high-six figures.