Nick Broomfield's latest feature doc, "Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer," has been picked up for worldwide sale by London-based Moviehouse Entertainment.
Terry Gilliam, Sandra Nettelbeck and co-helmers Scott McGehee and David Siegel are developing new movie projects with British producers Stephen Woolley and Elizabeth Karlsen.
First Look Media has acquired worldwide rights to John Irvin's "The Boys From County Clare," and will screen selected scenes from the Irish comedy in the market here.
"Eager Bodies" is a sober, convincing but slightly underwhelming look at the suddenly complex love life of young woman battling cancer. Intense three-hander marks the screen debut of 19-year-old…
Accomplished Italo helmer Daniele Luchett takes a vacation from serious filmmaking in a happy summer teen pic written with pic's star Stefania Montorsi. "Ginger and Cinnamon" is an unpretentious romp…
An interesting attempt to introduce a few variations into the standard teens-in-peril horror formula, "Lost Things" has cult possibilities, though its slow-to-develop structure and its supernatural…
In "Reconstruction," a Danish photographer doesn't know whether he's coming or going after a possibly pre-ordained chance encounter with a Swedish woman. Valiant attempt to innovate in the well-trod…
New York-based independent production banner GreeneStreet Films will launch Raw Nerve, a low-budget horror division run by a team of writers and directors headed by Boaz Yakin.
Maybe there were just a lot of Agent Smiths duplicating themselves among auds for "The Matrix Reloaded" this weekend. But the results were clear: The first four days for WB/Village Roadshow's "The…
Sharp drops in total box office were recorded in many key international territories this past week as the "X-Men" sequel ran into lap two and distribs refrained from releasing broad titles ahead of…