Producer Martin Poll and screenwriter Larry Cohen have filed a $100 million lawsuit against Fox Entertainment, claiming it stole their idea for summer film "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen."
The Broadcast Film Critics Assn. will air the ninth edition of its annual "Critics' Choice Awards" live on E! Entertainment Television.
The Hollywood Film Festival has tapped "Dirty Pretty Things," "Finding Nemo," "Lost in Translation," "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" and "Seabiscuit" as nominees in its movie…
Daniel Lange, a veteran of both film distribution and exhibition, has launched FilmWorks, a new Chicago-based film-buying consultancy for independent exhibs.
The American Society of Cinematographers and the Digital Cinema Initiatives consortium have worked out a standardized test designed to evaluate the performance of digital projectors.
The fourth annual Woodstock Film Festival wrapped Sunday night, with feature kudos going to "Assisted Living," Elliot Greenebaum's chronicle of a janitor's daily experiences in a nursing home.
Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation" opened the Rio Film Festival, Latin America's largest movie fest, on Thursday.
A pig wandered around Hall 5 of Hong Kong's Convention and Exhibition Center on the first day of the Hong Kong Film and Television Market (Filmart), which will run Wednesday to today, but no one…
The 30th Flanders Film Festival has tapped Tony Curtis for the Special Joseph Plateau lifetime achievement award as well as the Holemans Award. Fest kicks off Oct. 7 in Ghent, Belgium.
Warner Bros. has lined up another co-production slate with China's Century Hero Film Investment, an affiliate of the China Film Group and Hong Kong's Salon Films.
With the deadline for foreign Oscar submissions looming Wednesday, Pupi Avati has pulled his drama "A Heart Elsewhere" from the race in Italy in protest at the Ente Davide di Donatello, which handles…