Commercials production company Silverscreen Productions is moving into the film and TV biz with the launch this week of subsidiary Silverscreen Films.
Helmer Roman Polanski's "The Pianist" raked in eight of the 13 Eagles given by Polish filmmakers for achievements in Polish film in 2002 on Saturday.
Gotham-based distributor Wellspring has picked up international rights to a pair of documentaries focusing on controversy, "Raw Deal" and "Horns and Halos."
With due respect to J Lopez, when "Maid in Manhattan" ranks as the weekend's B.O. queen, it's a sure sign that biz is off-key.
Skeet Ulrich will reunite with "Scream" director Wes Craven and writer Kevin Williamson to play the male lead in Dimension Films' horror project "Cursed."
A Belgian interpreter undergoes the humiliation of being the only Westerner in a huge Japanese firm in "Fear and Trembling." Cross-cultural adventure is Alain Corneau's most entertaining film since…
Get ready for the Academy Awards with this out-of-the-ordinary Oscar contest. It's not what you're expecting.
Pathe Pictures, one of the U.K.'s lottery beneficiaries, has greenlit three new movies -- Danny Boyle's "Millions," Shona Auerbach's "Natural History" and Peter Richardson's "Churchill, the Hollywood…
Rebecca Yeldham, who ran Film Four's U.S. production wing before it was shuttered last year, is joining Bill Horberg's new DreamWorks-based production shingle, Wonderland Films.
Paramount Pictures is taking a swing at "The Club," tapping writer-director David Raynr to script the golfing comedy.