In its first acquisition of a documentary film, Code Red, a co-venture formed by Cowboy Booking Intl. and Antidote Films, has acquired "On Hostile Ground." The film, produced by Aubin Pictures, marks…
The French film industry is continuing to give Hollywood something to worry about as the third local movie in as many weeks tops the box office.
Italo distrib Filmauro has ordered exhibs not to let under-14s in to see Ridley Scott's gruesome "Hannibal," following the uproar over the pic's unrestricted release last weekend.
Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage will make his sixth appearance as a presenter on this year's March 25 Oscar telecast. Thesp, who nabbed a statuette in 1995 for “Leaving Las Vegas,” will next be…
Gino Campagnola, exec VP of electronic cinema for Paramount Pictures and a 50-year veteran of the studio, has been awarded the 50th Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queens 2001 Humanitarian Award.
Dream Entertainment and German media fund Cinerenta have teamed up to produce the romantic comedy "Spencer."
Miramax Films has optioned the Alan Glynn novel "Dark Fields" and attached "Tigerland" screenwriter Ross Klavan to pen the script.
Writer-thesp Danny Hoch ("White Boys") has pulled off an acquisition in reverse. More than a year after Stratosphere Entertainment picked up his film "Jails, Hospitals & Hip-hop," the adaptation of…
MGM's "Hannibal" takes a big bite out of the domestic distribution pie this weekend, as the sequel to "The Silence of the Lambs" opens in a studio-record 3,230 locations with 4,900 screens.
Amsterdam and Hong Kong-based sales company Fortissimo has picked up international sales rights to Jesse Peretz's digital feature, "The Chateau," which preemed at last week's Rotterdam Film Fest.
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