Oscar nominee "The Triplets of Belleville" earned the top French film prize Tuesday at the Lumiere Awards, France's smaller-scale answer to the Golden Globes.
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The Writers Guild of America East has tapped Jules Feiffer to receive its Ian McLellan Hunter Award for lifetime achievement in writing.
"Free Willy" helmer Simon Wincer has agreed to saddle up for "Clancy of the Overflow," an Aussie oater inspired by a key character in 1982 Oz hit pic "The Man From Snowy River."
Summit Entertainment, now shooting Doug Liman's romantic thriller "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" starring Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, has put a new Liman project into development and reupped Erik Feig as…
Former Lions Gate executive vice president Marc Butan has been appointed head of 2929 Prods., the film-producing and -financing venture founded last year by partners Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban.
Karen Lunder has been promoted to senior VP of features at Bob Cooper's Landscape Entertainment. Before joining Landscape, Lunder was director of production at October Films and USA Films in New York.
James Cameron is getting back into the epic-sized disaster game: 20th Century Fox and Cameron's Fox-based Lightstorm Entertainment have optioned screen rights to "Ghosts of Vesuvius," an upcoming…
CBS and TBS have agreed jointly to pony up about $17 million to share the network window for "Something's Gotta Give."
For the past five years, there's been at least one category where SAG and Oscar voters coincide: 2003 PictureSAG: ChicagoOscar: Chicago Actor: SAG: Daniel Day-LewisOscar: Adrien Brody ActressSAG…