In an outright purchase worth seven-figures, New Line bought the rights to make a romantic comedy out of the pop culture phenomenon book "He's Just Not That Into You: The No-Excuses Truth to…
Loren Schwartz has been tapped VP, creative advertising, at Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group.
Sony Imageworks has upped Debbie Denise from senior vice president to exec VP and executive producer.
The Intl. Documentary Assn. will present Jonathan Stack and James Brabazon with its Courage Under Fire Award for their film "Liberia: An Uncivil War," produced for the Discovery Times Channel.
As studios take an early December breather from their furious fall release pace, Sony opens helmer Mike Nichols' "Closer" on 476 screens this weekend.
Paramount-based Lynda Obst Prods. has tapped John Tantillo VP and Billy Rosenberg director of development. The veteran execs join senior VP Michael Nash to round out the Obst development team.
British Columbia's fast-fading film and television industry must focus on Canadian productions if it is to survive, according to a new report from British Columbia Film, a province-backed agency.
Industryites are predicting a downturn in British movie production after the U.K. government confirmed new rules to limit film tax breaks. By preventing producers from claiming tax relief twice for…
Sales exec Geraldine Gonard has been promoted to the position of general manager and numero uno at Spanish sales consortium Grupo Pi, the largest film rights broker in the Spanish-speaking world.
Revolution Studios has set Rupert Wainwright to direct "The Fog," the remake of the 1980 John Carpenter film that's been set for a March start date and an Oct. 21 release.
Ving Rhames and Kip Konwiser have launched a deal to produce films together, beginning with "Animal," a gritty urban drama that stars Rhames. David Burke directs the film that has begun shooting in…