An old-fashioned workers' rights agitprop drama, Indian indie "The Little Republic" finds women of various castes in a small Rajasthan village uniting when the menfolk drag their feet about a…
Modest but heartfelt, "Fancy Dancing" mischievously imagines a golden age of Canadian film musicals kept alive by a happy-go-lucky cleffer.
In by far the largest deal of the Toronto Intl. Film Festival, Lions Gate Films late Friday night committed seven figures, along with roughly $12 million toward P&A, for Midnight Madness horror entry…
Several U.S. summer hits finally crossed the pond over the weekend, reviving flagging ticket sales in key European markets.
The 27th Toronto International Film Festival wrapped Sunday with the People's Choice Award, chosen by fest auds, going to "Whale Rider," a New Zealand-German co-production.
Morgan Creek Prods. has made a mid-six figure deal to acquire the thriller spec "Man Alive" by Larry Cohen, the writer of Joel Schumacher's upcoming "Phone Booth."
One well-timed explosion in a movie can be a knockout, but a hundred of them can be numbing. Proof of this is "Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever."
Crafted with the same measured intensity and quiet authority found in his best onscreen work, Denzel Washington's debut behind the camera, "Antwone Fisher," is an emotionally charged true-life story…
Satellite-radio service Sirius said it has begun offering a talkshow devoted to the movie biz, hosted by longtime film authority Richard Brown.
Spyglass Entertainment has acquired Andy Bellin's spec "A Penny Earned" from Maverick Films and Eric Cahan.
Producer Bill Papariella and Denver-based venture capitalist Richard Bard have formed the film-TV production and management boutique, 9th Floor Media Holdings.