European Film Promotion has unveiled its lineup of 22 aspiring producers who will take part in the 2006 European Producers on the Move initiative at the Cannes Film Festival, which begins May 17.
This year's Critics Week will be a faceoff between Europe and Latin America, the only two continents with feature films competing in the 45th edition of the Cannes Film Festival sidebar, unveiled…
The film fest that outgrew its neighborhood now has a national broadcast partner in the network formerly known as Pax. The Tribeca Film Festival partnered with Ion Media Networks, formerly…
Will Smith will star in "I Am Legend," the long-gestating Warner Bros. adaptation of the Richard Matheson novel to be directed by "Constantine" helmer Francis Lawrence. Smith has a pay-or-play deal…
Berlin-based X Filme has been added to the list of co-producers on Bille August's South African tale, "Goodbye Bafana," which began shooting in Cape Town last week.
Ben Stiller will reteam with "There's Something About Mary" directors the Farrellys to topline "Seven Day Itch," a loose remake of "The Heartbreak Kid" that is set up at DreamWorks. Stiller is in…
Ben Kingsley, Tea Leoni and Luke Wilson will star in helmer John Dahl's "You Kill Me," a mob comedy penned by writing duo Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. Code Entertainment is financing and…
With its first pic, "Lockdown, USA," world preeming Saturday in Tribeca's NY NY section, nascent indie banner Article 19 Films has unveiled two socially conscious pics it has heading into production.
Paramount Pictures and C/W partners Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner have joined the brigade of producers weighing in on the Iraq war, optioning the New York Times Magazine article by foreign…
Evan Rachel Wood has been cast opposite Michael Douglas in the bittersweet father-daughter comedy "The King of California," produced by Alexander Payne and Michael London.