"King of the Hill" writers Alan Cohen and Alan Freedland have become the latest scribes from the hit animated series to add a live-action feature to their kingdom.
Fifteen writer-directors have been tapped to fine-tune their film projects at this year's Filmmakers and Screenwriters Labs at the Sundance Institute.
New York Women in Film & Television will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a birthday bash and silent auction on June 8 at Chelsea's Studio 601, the group announced at a Monday press conference at…
The foreign B.O. dropped off the pace last weekend as "The Man in the Iron Mask," "Mouse Hunt," "Sphere" and "Anastasia" debuted with mixed results, while even the mighty "Titanic" slowed a little.
Showing that they really are back in business, Andy Vajna and Mario Kassar early Sunday morning struck a preemptive $1 million against $1.5 million deal for the spec "Evermere" by David Goyer and…
Fraser Heston, whose directing credits include "Needful Things," has set his sights on helming a Queensland, Australia-based adaptation of the Joseph Conrad novel "Freya of the Seven Isles."
Scott Strauss, vice president of creative affairs at Kopelson Entertainment for the last three years, will hole up with the Outlaw Productions gang to run feature development and production in a new…
Warner Bros.' "The Butcher Boy" carved out its position on top of the exclusives roster during its first weekend.
Adam Bernstein's "Six Ways to Sunday" will open the third Gen Art Film Festival on April 29 at the Sony Lincoln Square Theater here. A Stratosphere Entertainment release, "Sunday" stars Norman Reedus…
In many ways the Paris Film Festival took on the personality of its young, press-adverse and indie-spirited jury president, Sean Penn, who the Gauls adoringly call "l'enfant terrible" of American…