Stewart Till's Signpost Films has signed an exclusive financing deal with Atlantic Screen Capital, recently launched by former Grosvenor Park exec Andrew Somper.
Facing zero or minimal competition from new releases, "Ice Age" continued to dominate the B.O. in a host of territories over the weekend, while "Queen of the Damned" showed some heft in Australia but…
Joseph Nittolo's RAW Entertainment has become RAW Independent through a merger with Independent Media, a commercial management and production company that specializes in feature directors who cross…
Charles Frazier, who won the National Book Award for his first novel, "Cold Mountain," has sold lit and film rights to his second novel for close to $11 million.
After months of sometimes vexed negotiations over the release date and running time of Martin Scorsese's 19th century epic "Gangs of New York," Miramax and Scorsese have reached a consensus.
Still smarting over his lack of influence in the appointment of a new artistic director for the Venice Intl. Film Festival, Italy's outspoken cultural ministry undersecretary Vittorio Sgarbi has…
FilmFour has optioned "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People," in which the self-publicizing Brit hack Toby Young details his disastrous five years working his way down the New York food chain.
Oscar-nominated British helmer Mike Figgis has signed on to direct "Cold Creek Manor" for the Walt Disney Co.
After impressing auds at the Sundance Film Festival in 2000 with technology that makes a project shot on digital video look like a 35mm film, the creators of Magic Bullet are offering their digital…
"Bad Company" and "Beverly Hills Cop IV" scribe Jason Richman has inked two new writing deals for producers based at Walt Disney Pictures.
The Avnet/Kerner Co. is no more. After 16 years, 15 feature films and 14 television projects together, Jordan Kerner and Jon Avnet have decided to go their separate ways.