First Look Media will release family drama "Blizzard," coming-of-age story "Virginia's Run" and family actioner "Kart Racer" theatrically in the U.S. and has secured P&A financing through Private…
Colorado's Vail Film Institute has announced the first Vail Film Fest, due to hit the snowy resort April 1-4.
The African American Comedy Assn. has scheduled the first African American Comedy Awards for Feb. 12 at the Hollywood Palladium.
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The One in Ten screenplay contest, a competition dedicated to positive portrayal of gays and lesbians in film, has selected Stephen Garvey as winner of its fifth-anniversary contest.
IFP/Los Angeles has set dates for its 2004 film festival. Indie fest will unspool June 17-26 next year. Submission deadlines are Feb. 20 for short films and musicvids and March 1 for full-length…
Castle Hill Prods. has purchased North American rights to Yale Strom's documentary "Klezmer on Fish Street." Pic explores the revival of Jewish culture in Poland, with Strom examining a trend that he…
Posh Voices, a boutique company representing voice talent for all industry arenas, is celebrating its first anniversary with two new divisions.
The New York Film Critics Circle has moved its annual awards gala to Jan. 11 from the previously announced date of Jan. 4.
Brad Jenkel is exiting his post as president of Avi Lerner's Millennium Films to join Stratus Film Co. as exec VP of production, a newly created position.
Next up for Adam Sandler will be "Click," a comedy co-produced by Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios.
A macabre comedy with strong echoes of "Sweeney Todd," "The Green Butchers" will be either a turn-on or turn-off, depending on one's sense of humor. This second outing as director by screenwriter…