A noirish crimer-cum-psychodrama that keeps promising way more than it can deliver before finally jumping the tracks, "The Scarlet Letter" is a good-looking vehicle for South Korean star Han Seok-gyu…
Three Belfast pals head south to win big money on a greyhound in "Man About Dog," an amiable but rarely very funny road movie. A hit in Ireland since its Oct. 1 release, grossing some $1.3 million…
"As if Nothing Happened" maintains a pleasing balance and delicate touch, skillfully avoiding the strident and the sappy. A deliberately "slight" piece, pic's genuine modesty and winning thesps have…
Outside the U.K., virtually only fests are likely to want to touch English artist Tracey Emin's "Top Spot." Emin's feature debut reps an improvised, digitally shot story of femme teens in the seaside…
Anonymous Content has promoted director of development Chad Hamilton to VP.
Single Cell Pictures partners Michael Stipe and Sandy Stern have optioned "Slo-Mo," a spec script written and to be directed by John Krokidas.
In a season when anti-GOP docus have virtually flooded the indie film marketplace, President Bush seems to have inadvertently armed a whole new cadre of Michael Moore-like gadflies via his latest tax…
Veteran "Seinfeld" scribes and co-exec producers Gregg Kavet and Andy Robin have tapped Aaron Stanford, Paul Schneider, Michael Rapaport, Kevin Dunn and Zooey Deschanel to star in their upcoming…
Universal announced Monday that it will unspool its sequel "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason" in 500 theaters a week before its wide release date of Nov. 19 -- in effect, sneaking a week in advance.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has tapped six recipients for the 2004 Don and Gee Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting.
First Independent Pictures has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Park Entertainment's family comedy "Bob the Butler" and chopsocky adventure pic "The Purifiers."