Edward Furlong and pop singer Sharleen Spiteri will star in "3 Blind Mice," a psychological thriller to be directed by Gallic helmer Mathias Ledoux.
Myriad Pictures will fully finance, produce and distribute "Why Can't I Be Audrey Hepburn," which has spent four years alternating between development and turnaround at various shingles.
The Cairo Intl. Film Festival celebrated its silver jubilee Oct. 9-20 in muted tones.
The presence of Christina Ricci, Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham-Carter, along with several other stars, brought some much-needed glitz to the London Screenings Monday. The event opened under the…
Toppers of the world's leading film festivals will meet Dec. 1 for a landmark conference to discuss the future role of festivals. While the Berlin confab had been set up prior to the events of Sept…
By any measure, "The One" is less than zero. After establishing a complex sci-fi environment with the kind of endless possibilities that even a Lucas or Spielberg would salivate over, co-creators…
The American Society of Cinematographers has unveiled plans to build a campus surrounding its current headquarters in Hollywood and launch a $1 million endowment fund.
Fox has announced plans to re-release "Moulin Rouge" on Nov. 21 in special engagements in Gotham, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco.
Exhib AMC Entertainment got back into the black in its fiscal second quarter, as revenue climbed 14% on strong demand for late-summer pics.
Indie production and foreign sales outfit Shoreline Entertainment has signed a two-picture deal with comicbook publisher 2000 AD to produce movies based on its character Judge Dredd.
The Flanders Intl. Film Festival ended on an abrupt note Oct. 18, with the fest's closing concert performance coming a night earlier than usual because Ghent was playing host to a summit of the…