Among the 86 short films selected for the 2004 Sundance Film Festival are titles directed by actor Hank Azaria, "Capturing the Friedmans" helmer Andrew Jarecki, photographer David LaChappelle…
Multihyphenate Lucas Belvaux's three interlocking features known collectively as "La Trilogie" and helmer Noemie Lvovsky's hit "Les Sentiments" tied Tuesday for the prestigious Prix Louis Delluc for…
Blind Spot Pictures has signed a three-year output deal giving Sandrew Metronome Nordic distribution rights to all its productions.
Directors have won their 40-year battle to join producers and writers in holding the copyright for their work.
A wrangle over the eligibility of three of the winners at the New Zealand Film Awards is taking some of the luster off Monday's event.
Actor Ray Winstone, artist Sam Taylor-Wood and cinematographer Seamus McGarvey are joining forces to make a biopic about 18th-century English poet and painter William Blake.
Robert Cort Prods. has optioned Pamela Ribon's novel "Why Girls Are Weird" to develop as a romantic comedy, with Ribon penning the screenplay.
Thanks to pics like "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" and "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines," Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl. has hit the $1 bil mark in overseas ticket sales for the…
Former First Look Pictures execs MJ Peckos and Bob Myerson have formed Dada Films, a Los Angeles-based domestic theatrical distribution and worldwide marketing company.
Rocker Rob Zombie and author-cartoonist Steve Niles have created Creep Entertainment Intl., a horror-themed production company.
It's "American Idol" for aspiring movie geeks. IFC has greenlit the eight-part series "Ultimate Film Fanatic," a competition skein in search of the nation's biggest film buff.