Harold Ramis is negotiating to direct "Let's Make Friends," a Larry Levin-scripted comedy about male bonding that is being produced by De Line Pictures for Paramount.
Miramax Films has inked for worldwide rights to "Comedian," a documentary about Jerry Seinfeld's year on the road doing standup gigs after "Seinfeld" ended.
The Sundance Channel has bought seven movies from Zeitgeist Films, an independent movie distributor, and landed the first pay TV window to a pair of United Artists pics: "No Man's Land," which won…
Director-producer Barbet Schroeder, whose counterculture opus "More" was presented at the 1969 Cannes' Intl. Critics Week, will be "godfather" to the 41st edition of the fest's oldest sidebar.
The Tribeca Film Festival has added special screenings of Warner Bros. releases "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood" and "Insomnia." Event, running May 8-12, will unspool 24 narrative and feature…
Potent international preems by "Panic Room" plus strong national entries in France and the U.K. helped revive the flagging foreign B.O. last weekend.
NYU's 60th First Run Film Fest wrapped up Monday night with an awards ceremony at the newly renovated Symphony Space. Festival showcases student work at the Tisch School of the Arts' Kanbar Institute…
"My Sassy Girl," comedy hit helmed by Kwak Jae-yong, has become the highest-grossing South Korean film in Hong Kong, raking in HK$13 million ($1.67 million).
Universal Studios Home Video is bringing two Academy Award winners to video on June 25.
French production company Noe Prods. has gone into court-sanctioned administration less than a month after winning the foreign-language film Oscar for Denis Tanovic's "No Man's Land."
French production company Tele Images Intl. signed an output deal Monday with Exploration Production to co-produce 30 nature and science documentaries, in association with France 5 and Discovery…