As the 2001 Sundance Film Festival gets sets to kick off Friday and filmmakers prepare to brave the elements and demanding party circuit of Park City, Utah, Daily Variety offers a quick look at some…
Summit Entertainment has appointed Erik Feig as head of production and acquisitions.
Grass-roots Yank filmmaker Robert Kramer (1939-99) caps his eclectic body of work with "Cities of the Plain," which he finished editing shortly before his death. Kramer collaborated with residents of…
Tom DiCillo is no first-time filmmaker looking to strike it rich in Hollywood. A Sundance veteran -- this year represents his third fest appearance with film in tow -- he projects an aura of quiet…
The focus of digital filmmaking discussions used to be on technology. With vastly improved cameras and transfer facilities available, the attention has switched to how the technology facilitates a…
Netcaster Neurotrash.com has launched NT Entertainment, an offline production division whose first project is "Prophet Speaks," a jazz docu skedded to bow at the Slamdance Film Festival.
In our fifth year, we reflect on the accomplishments of some of our Directors to Watch alumni. Following is a sampling (by year of inclusion) of what just a few have been up to since making it on our…
Christian Slater and Val Kilmer are in negotiations with Emmett/Furla Films and Nittolo Entertainment to star in the action thriller "In God We Trust." Shooting is skedded to begin April 9.
It's typically the one ticket you just can't get: the Sundance Film Festival closing night awards ceremony. But that won't stop the curious from being privy to the festivities this year.
Writers Mark Gibson and Phil Halprin have sold their pitch "Rodeo Clowns" to Revolution Studios in a deal valued in the mid-six figures.
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