Constantin Film is preparing a Teutonic adaptation of Allan and Barbara Pease's lifestyle guidebook "Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Read Maps."
Japan's Yubari Fantastic Film Festival, a favorite on the international fantastic fest circuit for its innovative programming, is back in business after a near-death experience.
In New York: I was dawdling over a cocktail in the Regency Hotel library dreading doing another interview with a movie star when a handsome guy came, bent over, gave me a big kiss and stole my heart…
Paramount Vantage has snapped up worldwide rights to Alan McElroy's psychological thriller "Fracture," with "The Ring" duo Mike Macari and Neal Edelstein set to produce. Project is out to a director.
Barbara Robinson, Sony Pictures' senior production exec in Asia, will receive the 2006 Visionary Award at the CineAsia exhib convention in Beijing, running Dec. 5-7.
IFC continues its acquisitions tear, buying U.S. rights to Lars von Trier's "The Boss of It All." Distrib will put the Danish-language pic on its First Take label, which releases about 24 movies per…
The Independent Film Project has announced its honorees and nominations for the 16th annual Gotham Awards skedded for Nov. 29 at Chelsea Piers' Pier 60 in Manhattan.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" will battle it out with "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire" and "Wallace and Gromit…
Teutonic stars Daniel Bruhl and Jurgen Vogel knocked Will Smith out of the Guinness Book of World Records on Sunday for attending the most premieres in a day.
Spain has the highest film piracy levels in Western Europe as a report reveals that more than half the country's broadband Internet users practice peer-to-peer piracy.
In Sony's first such deal in Europe, Sony Pictures Television Intl. has launched a download-to-own service in the U.K. with distrib Arts Alliance Media. "The Da Vinci Code," "The Legend of Zorro" and…