Entries for the 1998 Sundance Film Festival's independent feature competition are due by Oct. 10, 1997, the Sundance Institute announced Friday.
Nastassja Kinski, next due onscreen in Mike Figgis' "One Night Stand" for New Line Cinema, has inked to star opposite Jason Patric in Propaganda Films' "Friends and Neighbors" under "In the Company…
The irrepressible "Men in Black" became the second blockbuster of the year to top $200 million overseas after minting an additional $16 million last weekend, while "The Lost World: Jurassic Park"…
Tara Fitzgerald ("Brassed Off") has inked to star in "Lady Appledore's Mesalliance," a romantic period comedy that Christina Rosati is directing for Goldheart Pictures.
The date for bids on the Bouygues-owned Ciby 2000 has come and gone and sources say that Bain Capital, leaders of the investment group that recently purchased Live Entertainment, is in pole position…
Universal Pictures is in serious negotiations with Gary Levinsohn and Mark Gordon's Mutual Film Co. to put together a co-financing deal involving five pictures valued at a total of $350 million…
Kim Ho's dreamy love story "Kitchen" won the Best of Puchon award at the first Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.
Motion Intl. of Montreal has inked a long-term output deal with DreamWorks Pictures to handle all of the new studio's pics in Quebec in both English and French.
Nicky Katt, who played one of the slacker suburbans in "SubUrbia," has signed to be Renee Zellweger's love interest in "One True Thing" alongside Meryl Streep for Universal Pictures, sources said…
"In & Out" may have played in Peoria, but will it sell in Seoul? South Korea authorities on Friday outlawed a gay film festival on the Yonsei University campus just as it was about to begin. The…
World Wide Web denizen Progressive Networks is moving to expand its already large footprint on the Web by acquiring upscale film site film.com, turning the popular site into a showcase for its…