Desert Mountain Media, a Phoenix-based home entertainment and multimedia company, is launching a Latin Cinema Collection aimed at U.S. Hispanics.
U.K. shingle Spice Factory has optioned Michael Mailer's script "The Great Turrell" and will co-produce with Mailer's production company, Bigel Mailer Films.
Cuban President Fidel Castro is well known for endless impromptu speeches that can keep his audiences quite literally trapped in their seats for hours. So when Steven Spielberg showed up for an…
A true party-pooper of a movie, "Hungry Hearts" is a particularly sour would-be black comedy that cynically turns the sexual-political tables on its bevy of female characters. Although pic's…
The plodding, self-consciously precious "Farewell to Harry" slices and dices a "Twilight Zone" premise into an ineffective reflection on the meaning of the past. A young, idea-blocked writer's…
Mifed dealmakers admit their heads are spinning. But the one thing sellers exiting the 69th edition of the film market are sure of is just how tricky the indie distribution business has become.
Fortissimo Film Sales has inked a Benelux output deal with leading Dutch indie distrib A-Film Distribution/Fu Works, headed by San Fu Maltha and Pim Hemerling.
Stepping outside its regular partnership with Medusa Film, Italo independent production banner Fandango will team with pubcaster division RAI Cinema to co-produce Lucio Pellegrini's "Now or Never."
Italo animator Enzo d'Alo has begun production on the $7 million "Opopomoz," arthouse prodco Albachiara's first theatrical animated feature.
Juliette Binoche and Daniel Auteuil will play husband and wife in Michael Haneke's next project, "Cache" (Hidden), Binoche's agent told Daily Variety.
The German Export Union will screen three high-profile pics during the AFI Festival which kicks off in Los Angeles on Thursday.