Arclight Films has nabbed worldwide sales rights excluding Asia to a cop thriller tentatively titled "New Police Story," the maiden production from Jackie Chan and Hong Kong entrepreneur Albert…
"With Love, Lily," Russian helmer Larisa Sadilova's take on life in provincial Russia, won the Grand Prix Nescafe at the 19th Warsaw Intl. Film Festival, which ended Monday. "Since Otar Left," by…
Icelandic director Dagur Kari's feature debut, "Noi the Albino," swept local film and TV awards the Eddas on Friday. Already boasting a string of international awards, the film won for feature…
Lusciously lensed, lubriciously limned costumer that effortlessly transposes classic French novel "Dangerous Liaisons" to 18th century Korea, pic is a 10-course treat for the eyes and ears. With his…
MGM and Germany's Constantin Film have pacted with Teutonic Internet provider T-Online to supply movies for its video-on-demand services.
The prequel to helmer Petter Naess' local smash "Elling" broke this year's box office record in Norway this weekend.
Buena Vista Intl. TV will handle TV rights to Miramax and Dimension Films movies in Spain. Exclusive agreement, announced Sunday at Mipcom, kicks in with pics "Kill Bill," "The Hours" and "Chicago."…
"Inspired by a true story" it may be, but inspired it's not. A flabby tale of the unlikely friendship between a high school football coach and a mentally disabled young black man. The gentle mood and…
In a mid-six against seven-figure deal, Paramount and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura have made a preemptive purchase of Gregg Hurwitz novel "The Kill Clause" and set the author to write the script.
Warner Bros. Pictures has picked up scribe Sean Sorensen's pitch "Sealand" for WB-based Industry Entertainment to produce.
Revolution Studios is in final negotiations to pay what's expected to be more than $1 million for Sacha Gervasi's romantic comedy pitch "The Hypnotist," with Jim Carrey attached to star and Bob…