With Golden Globe victories still dancing in their heads and Oscar ballots due Jan. 29, this year's Academy Awards contenders are dreaming of the riches, and the rich work, to come from a win. But…
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Sundance organizers used to bristle at the notion that the film festival was revered as a major film market. But last year, the festival abandoned that pose and created an official film sales office.
Ster Century Europe has put all but one of its remaining cinemas up for sale. The South African-owned chain has appointed ING Bank to auction off nine multiplexes in Britain, Ireland and Spain.
Optimum Releasing has picked up U.K. rights to "Igby Goes Down" and "Spirited Away," as part of a move towards distributing more mainstream movies.
"Party Monster," Fenton Baily's feature about New York party promoter-turned murderer Michael Alig starring Macaulay Culkin, and Brad Silberling's "Moonlight Mile," which stars Dustin Hoffman and…
While Francois Ozon's "8 Women," with 12 nominations, led the field in France's 28th annual Cesar Awards, announced in Paris on Jan. 24, the surprise of the day was the inclusion of two…
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Disney has made a preemptive acquisition of the Piers Anthony fantasy novel "On a Pale Horse," attaching Jamie Foxx to star and produce along with Top Cow Prods.
Celebrities have long been ubiquitous at Sundance, but this year the glitz factor hit a zenith that the Sundance Institute isn't eager to repeat. Non-sponsoring companies have set up downtown…