Sony Pictures Classics' "The Spanish Prisoner" recaptured the top spot on the exclusives roster after 20th Century Fox's "Bulworth" went wide.
Vittorio Cecchi Gori, Italy's leading producer and distributor, will be honored at this year's Cinema Expo Intl. Convention in Amsterdam with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Cecchi Gori, who heads…
If size matters as much as Sony's omnipresent marketing campaign would have us believe, "Godzilla" came up a little short in its Memorial Day weekend debut.
John McTiernan is near a deal to direct Pierce Brosnan in the United Artists remake of "The Thomas Crown Affair," the 1968 drama that starred Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway. Both McTiernan and…
Twelve film students from the U.S. and one from Germany have been selected as winners in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' 25th annual Student Academy Awards competition.
Producers David Foster and David Ladd have changed the title of their upcoming World War II drama to "Hart's War."
"Deep Impact" lived up to its name and U.S. reputation as Mimi Leder's sci-fi disaster had stellar debuts in 15 foreign territories last week, hauling in $19 million from 2,100 screens.
Miramax's Sharon Stone starrer "The Mighty," which preemed in Cannes, will make its Stateside maiden voyage at the first Newport Intl. Film Festival, which sets sail June 2-7 in the historic Rhode…
"American Psycho" is turning American indie film types psychotic. The pic, greenlit by Lions Gate Films, was planned as a low-budget indie satire about the soulless 1980s, based on Bret Easton Ellis'…
The Independent Feature Project has released the names of the winners and finalists of its fourth annual Beigel Screenplay Award competition, with the $5,000 first prize going to Rene Donnard and…