Russian-lingo "The Lover" confirms the promise shown by helmer Valery Todorovsky in "Land of the Deaf." While story of a man who confronts his recently-deceased wife's paramour is told at a…
In a revamped kudos format, the American Film Institute will announce honorees of AFI Awards 2002 on Dec. 16, with a nontelevised luncheon slated Jan. 16 to honor the creative types involved.
Saying it needs more time to complete special f/x sequences, Paramount Pictures has delayed the release of its sci-fi actioner "The Core" from Nov. 1 to the first quarter of 2003.
Spyglass partners Roger Birnbaum and Gary Barber are wagering big that legendary racehorse Seabiscuit will reach the winner's circle in the overseas marketplace.
Haunting and darkly atmospheric, "Aro Tolbukhin in the Mind of a Killer" is a mockumentary-cum-mood piece from a helming team led by Mallorca-based auteur Agusti Villaronga.
An April release made all the difference at the September box office.
One-year-old Gotham distrib ThinkFilm will lend its brainy name to "Spellbound," which it will release in North America next spring.
Focus Features has picked up international rights to Sofia Coppola's "Lost in Translation," which started shooting Monday in Japan.
New Line Cinema has paid high-six figures to preemptively acquire the spec "New Sensation," penned by Chris Hauty.
The board of the American Cinema Editors has strongly supported the DGA in its fight with CleanFlicks, the Colorado retailer that cuts sex, violence and foul language from movies it rents.