U.K. cinema admissions rose 9% to 156 million in 2001, the highest figure since 1972. Box office takings rose 12.6% to £645 million ($935 million). Four films made it into Britain's all-time top 20.
The 22nd edition of the American Film Market next month will feature 305 exhibiting companies, including 25 appearing for the first time.
Adapting tales from her recent short story collection of the same title, Rebecca Miller's "Personal Velocity" is a fresh and striking fictional triptych catching three young New York state women…
Intermedia shares fell 20% in early trading Monday on Germany's Neuer Markt, following the announcement of the company's merger with Spyglass Entertainment.
Film and TV director Ted Demme, whose work includes the 2001 feature "Blow," died Sunday after collapsing during a celebrity basketball game in Los Angeles and suffering a cardiac arrest. He was just…
French film biz heavyweights turned out in force to flog their flicks to Euro distributors and journalists at the 4th European Rendezvous of French Cinema, which ends today.
If his shot-for-shot remake of "Psycho" was one sort of artistic dead end for Gus Van Sant, then "Gerry" reps another. But like his hapless characters here, the filmmaker has lost his bearings -- a…
Fine Line Features has promoted Jackie Tepper to director of acquisitions and co-productions of Fine Line and New Line. She will remain based in Los Angles and report directly to prexy Mark Ordesky.
Artisan Television is developing an original pic for cabler USA Network that tells the story of Nancy Mace, the first femme grad of formerly all-male military college the Citadel.
In the first acquisition deal at the Sundance Film Festival, Miramax Films has taken worldwide rights to "Blue Car," tyro feature writer-director Karen Moncrieff's lyrical coming-of-age drama.