Daniel Junge's doc "They Killed Sister Dorothy" and Jake Mahaffy's "Wellness" won the Grand Jury Awards at the SXSW Film Festival.
Maple Pictures, Canada's second-largest film distribution company, inked a multi-year output deal with Anagram Pictures, Maple co-presidents Laurie May and Brad Pelman said Monday.
Talent agent J. Michael Bloom died Feb. 21 in Los Angeles of complications from pneumonia following surgery.
"The Last Godfather," a $21 million action-comedy from "Dragon Wars" helmer Shim Hyung-rae, has been chosen by the Korea Export Insurance Corp. as the first recipient of its export insurance, which…
Didier Lombard, chairman-CEO of giant Gallic telco France Telecom, will deliver one of the keynote speeches, "Inventing a New Media TV Experience," at April's 45th Mip TV mart.
"All Together Now," Adrian Wills' Canadian feature about Cirque du Soleil's Beatles-inspired spectacle "Love," featuring Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono, will world preem at Hot Docs, North America's…
B-Side, which creates websites for more than 150 film festivals and uses its technology to collect audience reactions to thousands of fest films, is jumping into the online film-fest submission biz.
Samuel Goldwyn Films has picked up North American rights to Cedric Klapisch's "Paris" on the heels of the pic's U.S. preem at Lincoln Center's Rendez-Vous With French Cinema.
It's coming up on three years since the Digital Cinema Initiatives consortium announced its specifications for d-cinema systems, and now d-cinema has begun to take off in earnest.
Ten words are all Hollywood studios need to utter when lobbying theater owners at ShoWest this week to convert more screens to digital 3-D: "Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert…
A few years ago, it felt as though drive-in theaters were fading into oblivion, if they weren't there already. From the 1970s to the '90s, thousands closed, often due to rising land values that were…