While the Hollywood studios seemed to be fleeing Gotham over the past years as literary finds became few and far between, signs are that the exodus has reversed. Warner Bros. has become the latest of…
Universal has acquired rights to the Zoey Dean novel "The A-List," and the studio has set screenwriters Pam Falk and Mike Ellis to pen the adaptation.
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has presented a quintet of screenwriting awards for works written in its 2003-04 Professional Program in Screenwriting.
Indie production company Cinema Revival, headed by producer David W. Johnson and writer-director Scott William Alvarez, has secured the feature rights to Jeremy Jackson's novel "Life At These Speeds."
The fourth annual Screamfest horror film festival and screenplay competition has announced a call for entries.
South Florida-based Maverick Entertainment Group has created a new label, Creep FX, to acquire and distribute horror pics.
Paramount and Lorenzo di Bonaventura have tapped Michael Tolkin to adapt "Paranoia," Joseph Finder's tale of corporate espionage.
Production began Monday on Ron Carlson's "Tom 51," a comedy about a young man who goes through 50 jobs before winding up as a driver for a call-girl service.
Brian Smrz, longtime second unit director for John Woo, will make his feature-directing bow with "The Last Loyalty" at Avi Lerner's Millennium Films.
Johnny Depp will be the CEO of Infinitum Nihil, his newly formed production company, which just inked a three-year, first-look deal with Graham King’s Initial Entertainment Group. Christi Dembrowski…
Culture ministers from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden have signed an agreement providing coin for the Nordic Film & TV Fund from 2005 to 2009.