The U.K. enjoyed an unprecedented boom in film production during 2003, with total investment more than doubling to £1.17 billion ($2.16 billion), an all-time record.
Just over a year after being elevated to prexy of Walt Disney Animation, David Stainton is putting his stamp on the Mouse House's toon platoon.
Lions Gate has made a preemptive distribution deal for world rights to "Saw," a first film by director/writer James Wan and writer/actor Leigh Whannell that will make its debut Jan. 19 at the…
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Paramount has decided it wants to "Adopt-a-Con," setting up the long-gestating comedy for Walter Latham and David Permut to produce.
Sundance Film Festival opener "Riding Giants" may not have a distributor yet, but the surfing docu already has attracted some serious marketing muscle.
Josh Hartnett is set and Rachel Weisz is negotiating to star in "Mozart and the Whale," a Ron Bass-scripted love story to be directed by Petter Naess, whose "Elling" was nominated for a…
Paramount is developing a live-action version of "The Trumpet of the Swan," E.B. White's final children's book, for Jordan Kerner to produce.
Don Granger is leaving his partnership with Gary Levinsohn in Mutual Film Co. to take a senior executive post with C/W Prods., the Paramount-based company run by Tom Cruise and Paula Wagner.
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…
The 2004 Philadelphia Film Festival, being held April 8-21, is accepting entries in all genres.
Science-fiction legend Forrest J. Ackerman made a $153,000 donation to the American Cinematheque to install seat plaques at the Egyptian Theater which will honor 153 people.