Will Smith is eyeing a move from robots to redemption with the true story of Christopher Gardner, a once-homeless single parent who became a millionaire stockbrocker.
Mekhi Phifer and Taye Diggs will up the testosterone factor in GreeneStreet Films' "Slow Burn," joining previously announced leads Ray Liotta and LL Cool J in the sexy thriller, which started…
A country bumpkin and a big-city prostie learn from each other in vet helmer Una Celma's "Handful of Bullets." Though Swedish coin has been supporting Latvian cinema for at least a decade, unique…
Two-time Oscar winner John Toll has been tapped as winner of the Hollywood Film Festival's outstanding achievement in cinematography award.
Producer Michael Taylor will join the University of Southern California's School of Cinema-Television this fall as chair of the production division.
A femme fatale initiates her granddaughter into the fine art of serial widowhood in "The Very Merry Widows." Jauntily amoral black comedy reps a distinct improvement over Catherine Corsini's Sapphic…
By the time "The Journey" reaches its destination, hopes for a fascinating account of a young woman's return to her Armenian homeland have gotten lost in pic's cinematic and storytelling banality…
If buying a piece of an Internet company didn't have small-fry investors living enough on the edge, a company that lets them finance an independent film is nearing its long-awaited initial public…
A well-observed, moderately amusing ensembler, "Our Precious Children" puts three thirtyish couples with kids and one bachelor in a vacation house and watches the sparks fly. Thesps are distinctive…
DreamWorks Pictures has enlisted screenwriting team Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett to fashion the love story "Enlisted" in a deal valued at high six figures against low seven figures.
The Sundance Film Festival has announced its call for submissions for the 2004 edition, skedded for Jan. 15-25 in Park City. Completed U.S. and international features and short films will be accepted…