Warner Bros. has bought screen rights to "The Rule of Four," a thriller by Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason that's drawing comparisons to "The Da Vinci Code."
Film school aesthetics triumph over real characterization in "Passages," in which the two protags do an awful lot of metaphorical traveling to little purpose. Story of two mainland Chinese students…
Producer Ted Hope and BBC head of comedy entertainment Jon Plowman will give keynote speeches at the Screen Producers Assn. of Australia conference, which will run Aug. 8-10 on Queensland's Gold…
Helmers Volker Schlondorff, Alan Parker and Peter Webber have confirmed their attendance at the 22nd Munich Film Festival, which runs June 26-July 3.
The Actors' Fund of America has announced the establishment of special trust accounts for unclaimed earnings due to child performers as part of California's revised Coogan Law.
The Hogwarts magicians delivered truly spellbinding numbers overseas during the weekend -- but they didn't spell disaster for "The Day After Tomorrow."
In its first big move since the reverse merger with London-based Winchester Entertainment in March, ContentFilm has announced its plans to acquire publicly held U.S. distribution/sales outfit First…
In the wake of the acquisition of Spanish indie distributor Aurum Producciones by Brit distribution house Momentum Pictures, Alberto Canizares has been appointed general manager of Aurum.
Nearly 100 short films from over 35 countries will compete for the Danzante de Oro award at the 32nd Huesca Film Festival.
Fledgling airline entertainment company APS has signed Warner Bros. as the newest content provider for its Digeplayer, the first in-flight video-on-demand system.