The TorontoFilm Festival has recruited Montreal film critic and author Matthew Hays to its Canadian feature programming team and appointed Kathleen Mullen as Short Cuts Canada programmer.
If ever two film titans epitomized the ambition and brashness of New York, it would be Harvey and Bob Weinstein. Since selling their startup Miramax Films to Disney in 1993 for $80 million, the…
When producer Scott Rudin ended his Paramount tenure, some wondered how his style would mesh with the family film company. Winning the top Oscar with Joel and Ethan Coen for "No Country for Old Men"…
A docu about the Japanese Yasukuni war memorial shrine will get a Tokyo release after four exhibs pulled out last month.
Brendan Fraser starrer "Journey to the Center of the Earth 3D" will be the first feature screened publicly in digital 3-D in Sweden.
Makeup artist Patricia Regan, costume designer Catherine Marie Thomas and hairstylist Colleen Callaghan have been tapped to receive awards at this year's Designing Hollywood gala.
International co-production, focusing on Ireland and France, will be under discussion at Film i Vast in Trollhattan on Sweden's west coast Wednesday and Thursday.
Without a doubt "Sex and the City" was about female bonding, and Cosmos, and Manolo Blahniks, and a sex-crazed publicist, but it was nothing if not the "City."
MGM has acquired domestic rights to "How To Lose Friends and Alienate People" and plans to release the comedy on Oct. 3 in conjunction with Autonomous Films.
Rodney Ferrell has been upped to senior VP of production at Fox 2000.
MGM has won a bidding war for "The Zookeeper," paying $2 million against $3 million for the comedy spec from the team of Jay Scherick and David Ronn.