Mark Braddell has been promoted to vice president of sales for Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl., reporting to senior executive veep Mark Zucker.
Mitch Levine has been named CEO and exec director of the Palm Springs Film Festivals, replacing Denis Pregnolato.
John Lundin, Cinemark's head film buyer and film veep, will be honored with the Al Shapiro Distinguished Service Award at ShowEast 2002.
IFC Prods., with Jersey Films and Killer Films and in association with John Wells Prods., is producing Todd Graff's directorial debut, "Camp."
The National Film Board of Canada will consolidate its European distribution offices by October, shutting down its London office and designating its Paris office its European base.
The film industry continues to be swamped by the tidal waves caused by the release in a Mumbai court of audiotapes alleged to be of conversations between the underworld and Bollywood personalities.
Projects by director Alison Maclean and scribe-turned-helmer Malia Scotch Marmo have made the cut for the Independent Feature Project's 2002 No Borders co-production market.
Rupert Wainwright has signed to helm MGM's bigscreen version of 1960s anthology series "The Outer Limits," which was revived on the small screen by Showtime and the Sci Fi Channel.
John Woo, Tony Scott and Joe Carnahan are climbing into the driver's seat to helm the next three installments of BMW's film series "The Hire."
The Wadsworth Theater, site of tonight's premiere party for Columbia's "XXX," is undergoing renovations in hopes of attracting screenings as well as parties.
In a continuing effort to exploit its franchises, New Line Cinema has greenlit "Freddy vs. Jason," signing Brad Renfro to star alongside Robert Englund, who'll be back for his eighth performance as…