With hundreds of movies programmed from 60 countries, the Toronto Film Festival has lived up to its rep as a major resource for world cinema. Once again, foreign sales agents will descend on the…
Penelope Cruz has joined a stellar ensemble of Brit actors on "Chromophobia," a psychological drama set in contemporary London, written and directed by Martha Fiennes.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Margaret Herrick Library has received a collection of items documenting the career of Katharine Hepburn, which the org says is among the most…
John Wayne lives. The 1954 pic "The High and the Mighty" is one of four Wayne pics for which Paramount's video and TV units have acquired rights for distribution beginning in May.
Angela Bassett and Keith David have been added to the cast of Regency Enterprise's "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" near the end of production shooting. Bassett, who co-stars in "Mr. 3000," is playing the boss…
Global Film Initiative has added foreign pics "Whisky," "Uniform," "Buffalo Boy" and "What's a Human Anyway" to its slate for U.S. distribution in 2005.
The Breckenridge Film Festival, which runs Thursday through Sunday, will present Michael York with a lifetime achievement award.
Did France's President Jacques Chirac snub Tom Cruise? That was the claim Tuesday, as France's political classes got their undergarments in a twist over Tom Cruise's recent schmooze with another…
Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti's Trigger Street Prods. have partnered with Adam Kassen and Mark Kassen to form a low-budget production shingle, Trigger Street Independent.
THINKFilm has acquired North American rights to Ross Kauffman and Zana Briski's doc "Born Into Brothels." The film premiered at Sundance 2004 and won the documentary Audience Award.
Sony Corp.'s chief financial officer Katsumi Ihara said an MGM "deal is necessary for our pictures business to grow in the longer term" -- a surprisingly candid statement that seems to imply Sony is…
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