Eighteen months after it launched, Sheffield-based digital film studio Warp X has two films in the can, two more in pre-production and a fifth greenlit.
As a Scot who produced his first movie, "Human Traffic," about the Cardiff rave scene back in 1998, Allan Niblo well knows there's cinematic life beyond London.
Ramsgate, a Victorian seaside town in the county of Kent on England's east coast, isn't exactly in the movie mainstream. But that's what producer Elaine Wickham and writer-director Jan Dunn like…
As European Capital of Culture 2008, Liverpool will be looking to present itself as a modern, vibrant European city to the extra 2 million visitors expected to arrive next year, and regional screen…
PR firm Insignia has named Erik Bright VP and partner. Bright has been the firm's senior associate for six years.
Jamie Bell is set to join Daniel Craig and Liev Schreiber in "Defiance," the Paramount Vantage drama that Ed Zwick has written and will direct this fall.
"Battlestar Galactica" creator Ronald D. Moore will remain in the Peacock universe, inking a two-year, seven-figure overall deal with Universal Media Studios.
Christopher Walken and Alessandro Nivola have signed on for "Five Dollars a Day," a road movie that pits a con artist against his more conservative son.
In a film fest landscape where size seems increasingly to matter, the Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival, which runs Aug. 15-26, remains small, frisky and proud of it.