In a protracted game of musical chairs among international marketing mavens, Nigel Clark is joining London-based United Intl. Pictures as exec VP, international marketing, as of Jan. 4.
Gotham Awards: Documentary Nominees
"I'm thrilled that this year, screeners are going out," says producer Ted Hope from his cell phone while tooling along a Florida freeway. He is there wrapping his latest film, "The Hawk Is Dying,"…
Gotham Awards: Best feature nominees
Is New York's film industry finally getting an awards presentation it can be proud of? After 13 years of playing second fiddle to a host of kudocasts and annual accolades, the Independent Feature…
Singer-thesp Usher will take on his first dramatic vehicle with Lions Gate Films' "Dying for Dolly," while MGM is trying to line up another Usher project with "Step in the Name of Love."
There may be small movies at this year's Academy Awards, but there are no small Oscar campaigns. Specialty divisions have dominated much of the year's campaigning, with Warner Independent Pictures…
The Actors' Fund of America has dedicated the lobby of its Hollywood offices to publicists Dale Olson and Eugene Harbin.
With a set that takes inspiration from a construction zone, it might seem like somebody is trying to lower expectations for the first live broadcast of the Gotham Awards. But that is not the case.
"Sideways" star Paul Giamatti is attached to topline "Paper Man," a comedy mobilizing for an April start. The film will mark the directorial debut of scribes Michele and Kieran Mulroney.
The stealth king of the New York film biz is not a producer, financier or agent. Dan Talbot manages a single asset: the Lincoln Plaza Cinemas. The six-screen venue on Broadway between 62nd and 63rd…