Ae Fond Kiss“Ae Fond Kiss” is the third pic in what might loosely be dubbed Ken Loach's Glasgow Trilogy (following “My Name Is Joe” and “Sweet Sixteen”). “It's not a sequel at all. It just so…
London-based sales vet Aline Perry dreams of the day the U.K. launches an equivalent of France's film export agency Unifrance or Italy's Italia Cinema.
Disney has paid in the region of mid-six figures to pick up the spec script "Corporate Retreat" from scribe Brad Copeland.
Two divisions of MTV are betting they've made a discovery in Alex McAulay's first novel, "The Lost Girls," a thriller about a group of privileged female teen troublemakers who are running for their…
Michael Bay will be presented with the Pioneer Award by Jerry Bruckheimer Tuesday at the 2003 DVD Exclusive Awards.
The Vatican is seeking to enter the ring in the mounting controversy surrounding Mel Gibson's "The Passion of Christ." Italian officials close to the Holy See have asked Gibson for a copy of "The…
Despite a drop in buyers present -- down 25% from 2002 to 60 acquisition execs -- the fifth Lanzarote Spanish Film Screenings saw a steady flow of deals, pickups and announcements, due in part to…
There was water, water, everywhere at cinemas overseas over the weekend as "Finding Nemo" reigned in 15 markets and "Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World" set sail in 29 territories with…
The movie consumers spent the most money on over the Thanksgiving weekend wasn't in theaters; it was Fox's DVD and VHS versions of "X2: X-Men United," which generated an estimated $107 million, or…
Panorama Entertainment has picked up North American rights to "Artworks," Jim Amatulli's directorial debut. Pic stars Virginia Madsen as a home security expert-turned-art thief.