Hadeel Reda, CEO and Stateside head of Winchester Films, has left the board of directors of the company's U.K.-based parent, Winchester Entertainment.
U.S. auds may not have been wildly enthused about the return of "Lara Croft" but the sequel packed a decent punch in its offshore debuts in four Asian territories over the weekend. Meanwhile, Arnold…
Feel like taking a quick hop down to Chile to shoot a backdrop of the Andes? A new coalition of studios, record labels, Hollywood unions and industry trade associations is working to make shooting…
Global Screen Partners, an indie prodco with offices in Miami and Los Angeles, has inked a three-pic deal with scribe Mylo Carbia who will also join the company's staff.
Exodus Film and Los Angeles nonprofit Earth Communications Office have formed a marketing and environmental partnership on the live-action/CGI pic "Paul Bunyan."
London-based Silver Films has acquired feature rights to "Nalda Said," the debut novel penned by Stuart David, former bassist of Scottish band Belle & Sebastian.
Six short films ranging from eight to 40 minutes in length have been selected for Lunafest 2003, the national traveling film fest featuring films by, for and about women.
Pioneer Entertainment will release the Who's 1979 pic "The Kids Are Alright" on DVD Sept. 30 with a bonus disc including nearly five hours of special features.
The Hollywood Black Film Festival has announced a call for entries for its sixth annual competitive fest for black filmmakers.
The release date of “Gigli” has moved to Aug. 1. Information was incorrect in Friday’s paper. * * * ABC’s upfront ad totals of $1.7 billion for the 2003 fall season did not include “Monday Night…
"Secretary" director Steven Shainberg will reteam with scribe Erin Cressida Wilson to explore the life of photographer Diane Arbus.