A panel of Euro helmers at the Toronto Film Festival made it clear Monday that relations remain strained between Europe and the U.S. -- but their beef was not with President Bush's foreign policy.
In a dilemma for the French film industry, Warner Bros. and Oliver Stone's mum are testing the boundaries of Gallic film funding, which has ruled out Hollywood pics for more than a decade.
Emmett/Furla Films, Barstu Prods. and Integrated Films and Management will produce a feature based on the myth of the haunted house immortalized in the book and film "The Amityville Horror."
Warner Independent Pictures is in advanced negotiations to finance and distribute Doug McGrath's "Every Word Is True," about the relationship between Truman Capote and the Kansas killers of "In Cold…
Though some star development companies have been dismissed as vanity deals, the venture formed by Brad Grey, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston at Warner Bros is generating solid results. One year after…
Business has begun in earnest at the Toronto Film Festival with Miramax, Newmarket Films and Sony Pictures Classics chalking up early buys Sunday.
Los Angeles-based No Restrictions Entertainment and Toronto's Sudden Storm Productions will co-produce the $2.5 million budgeted "The Boy Who Couldn't Say No," set to begin lensing in Toronto in…
Dougray Scott is starring with Emilia Fox and Jimi Mistry in "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me," a British remake of the 1997 Dutch hit "All Stars."
The treasure chest at Disney's Buena Vista Intl. is overflowing as "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl," "Bruce Almighty" and "Finding Nemo" dominated the weekend B.O. overseas.
The Slamdance Film Festival has introduced the Audience Gallery Short Award for its upcoming edition, skedded for an eight-day run kicking off Jan. 17 in Park City and Salt Lake City, Utah.
"A Way Through the Woods," the directorial debut of "Gosford Park" scripter Julian Fellowes, looks likely to be the first movie backed by DNA Films under its new partnership with Fox Searchlight.