Barry Levinson is set to direct "The Colonel and Me," a Warner Bros. film about the mentoring influence that Elvis Presley manager Col. Tom Parker had on producer Jerry Weintraub.
"Kids" helmer Larry Clark will direct "A Good Day to Die," an American road movie set in the waning days of the Vietnam war, based on a 1973 Jim Harrison novel.
Twentieth Century Fox has moved the start of production date for "Homey the Clown" starring Damon Wayans -- from June 2 to spring 2004 -- TCF prez Hutch Parker announced Tuesday.
Paramount Pictures has bought "The Legendary McClouds," a family-adventure spec script from Joe Ballarini, for Nickelodeon and Tollin/Robbins to produce.
The next "Scooby Doo" has found its bad guy: "Everybody Loves Raymond" star Peter Boyle.
As a follow-up to her "Naked States," helmer Donnelly Nelson tracks controversial photographer Spencer Tunick's quest to photograph large numbers of naked people in public places on all seven…
IFP/Los Angeles has tapped helmer Chen Kaige as guest director of its ninth annual Los Angeles Film Festival, skedded June 11-21.
Paramount Pictures has purchased film rights to "Night Witches: The Amazing Story of Russian Women Pilots in World War II," by British author Bruce Myles.
Four extra days translated into nearly 200,000 more attendees, as the second annual Tribeca Film Festival tallied 350,000 admissions, more than double last year's traffic.
Lions Gate Films has picked up North American rights to the Australian romantic comedy "Danny Deckchair." Lions Gate plans a March release.
Just weeks after establishing an East Coast presence, the American Film Institute, in partnership with Discovery Communications, has unveiled a documentary film festival.