Miramax Films is in final negotiations to become the U.S. distributor for the Julia Stiles starrer "Carolina Torn Asunder," with Marleen Gorris replacing Jon Amiel as helmer and Shirley MacLaine…
Want to make $35,000 an hour? Just get hired to voice "Shrek 2."
In her fifth and final stint in the programming chair, Lizzie Francke unveils a lineup today that reaffirms the Edinburgh Intl. Film Festival's traditional emphasis on indie and emerging talent, with…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
"The Score" is as close to a hat trick as any mainstream Hollywood entertainment in some time. Restoring the seductive style of the no-nonsense procedural heist movie to complete luster, this is the…
Russia's script competition "Normal Life in a Normal Country" brought in 524 entries, five times as many as expected.
Hindi lingo film "Gadar: Ek Prem Katha" (Mutiny: A Love Story) is doing well at the local box office despite efforts by vandals to stop the screenings and Muslim demands that it be banned.
Columbia TriStar may enlist the help of India's Navy for the bow of "Pearl Harbor" in the region.
The 19th Munich Film Fest closed Saturday, honoring a raft of tyro filmmakers.
Czech distrib Hollywood Classic Entertainment plans to double the number of indie pics it handles from 12 to 24 next year.
Indian animation group Pentamedia has agreed to pay film and TV animator Film Roman $350,000 to settle a dispute arising from the collapse of its takeover of the North Hollywood-based company.