Veteran New Line Cinema publicity exec Nicole Kalish has been elevated to VP, national publicity.
Nancy Meyers, who helmed Sony's recent laffer "Something's Gotta Give," has been named director of the year for ShoWest 2004.
Milestone Films has pacted with Sundance Channel to provide exclusive nontheatrical distribution of the four features released to date under the Sundance Film Series banner.
Quebec comedy "Seducing Doctor Lewis," which Wellspring will release in the U.S. in June, leads the race for the Canuck film awards, the Genies, with 11 nods.
Helmer Giovanni Veronesi's zippy youth comedy "Che ne sara di noi" (What Will Happen to Us?) is the surprise frontrunner in the race for Italy's Davide di Donatello film awards with 12 nominations…
European filmmakers are breathing a sigh of relief following a European Union decision Tuesday to maintain current guidelines on state aid for the film biz for another three years.
Playing as much like an allegory as a documentary, Branwen Okpako's "Dirt for Dinner" artfully assembles the disturbing story of Sam Ngankouo Meffire who grew up to become a cop, a model citizen and…
The trend in upscale commercial Egyptian movies toward TV-style ensemble social comedies shows no signs of slowing down, with the hokey if somewhat infectious "Women's Love." Love may extend to other…
It may not be news to African American practitioners, but the revelation in Tyrone Dixon's "8 Wheels and Some Soul Brotha Music" that roller-skating is a big subculture in the black community may…
Fresh from toplining TNT/BBC miniseries "The Grid," Dylan McDermott will play a crooked cop in indie drama "Edison," starring Morgan Freeman, Kevin Spacey, Justin Timberlake, LL Cool J and Piper…