The popular-arts channel Trio will dedicate the month of June to censorship, including the premiere of an original doc hosted by the Sandra Bernhard and a simultaneous art exhibit in Gotham, bringing…
Eleven film students from the U.S. and abroad will receive kudos at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 29th annual Student Academy Awards June 9 in Hollywood.
The Jedi Knights emphatically conquered most of the world over the weekend except in Latin America, where Sony's webslinger smashed numerous industry opening records.
Columbia Pictures has gone and jumped into "Lake Powell," a supernatural pitch it has just acquired from the Lloyd Entertainment Co. for low-six figures.
Look out Spidey. Disney has hired Paul Hernandez to adapt the early 1980s TV skein about an Everyman superhero, "The Greatest American Hero," for the bigscreen.
Far from sucking the life out of its box office rivals this weekend, the highly anticipated bow of "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" seems to have stoked competitors' fires.
United Artists has acquired all U.S. rights to "Bowling for Columbine," the Michael Moore documentary screening in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival.
Helkon Intl. Pictures' latest slate of U.S. acquisitions includes the supernatural horror pic "Nine Miles Down," to be helmed by Anthony Waller ("Mute Witness") and produced by Richard Claus ("The…
Following his 2001 Italian hit "Ignorant Fairies," director Ferzan Ozpetek will start shooting in August on "Le Finestre di fronte" (The Windows Opposite) for Rome-based R&C Produzioni, which is in…
Today's 20-minute presentation of "Gangs of New York" took seven weeks to prepare, and director Martin Scorsese says it's been a challenge to come up with a presentation that encapsulates the film.
When it comes to pic distribution, Miramax's Rick Sands laid down Ground Rules 101: "You need to know the whole marketplace."