Locatin News: Bashirah Muttalib
Entries will be accepted through July 1 for the seventh annual Angelus Awards, an international competition for college level films with a top prize of $10,000. Winners will be revealed at ceremony…
Gotham-based the Cinema Guild has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Aussie Robert Connolly's debut feature "The Bank," a thriller starring Anthony LaPaglia and David Wenham.
Scribes Marty Navis and Robert Ellsworth have sold the pitch "Planet Claire" to Warner Bros. Pictures, with Kimberly de Bonaventura and Deb Newmyer's Double Down Prods. attached to produce.
Hollywood labor unions remain divided over the hot-button issue of penalties against film and TV producers who use Canadian subsidies on projects intended for the U.S. market.
Tim Blake Nelson's "The Grey Zone" will open the seventh annual Stony Brook Film Festival, unspooling July 17-27 in Stony Brook, Long Island.
Pinewood-Shepperton, which owns the U.K.'s two largest film studios, has appointed Nick Smith as sales and marketing director.
Europe's first dedicated visual effects school, Escape Studios, will opening its doors in London next month in response to a lack of training facilities outside the U.S.
Moscow's Intl. Film Fest, which unspools June 21-30, unveiled a stronger than usual competition lineup Wednesday.
"Men in Black 2" director Barry Sonnenfeld has reunited with producer Scott Rudin on "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events," the first of what execs at Paramount and Nickelodeon Films hope…