The Museum of Television & Radio has announced a three-month screening sked for "Traffik," the 5-1/2-hour British TV series from which this year's USA Films drug drama "Traffic" was adapted.
Streaming video company RealNetworks has entered into a four-year deal with New Line Cinema to promote "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
Having closed an output deal for Spain with the Telefonica Media-owned satcaster Via Digital, former Aurum CEO Francisco Ramos' new production-distribution shingle Alquimia Cinema has readied its…
Diane Keaton will receive the Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival's Modern Master Award during the fest's 16th annual run March 1-11.
Taking film noir material and turning it inside out, "The Deep End" is a beautifully made melodrama that succeeds on formal levels more than it does with emotion. Filmmaking team of Scott McGehee and…
Lions Gate Films has paid $1 million for all North American distribution rights to Tom DiCillo's Sundance premiere "Double Whammy."
Two prominent British venture capitalists, Guy Hands and Jamie Bond, are personally bankrolling a slate of three pics from rising producer Mark Shorrock, to the tune of $15 million-$20 million.
"Bedazzled," "Cast Away," "The Cell," "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and "Shadow of the Vampire" will be considered for this year's makeup Oscar.
Resisting the poky genre norms of movies about aging pensioners, Lars Buchel's "Now or Never" is stylishly and energetically conceived. Concerns of the elderly are given a resolutely unsentimental…
FROM SUNDANCENew Regency Films is in final negotiations to acquire domestic rights to the big-budget Intermedia/IMF production "K-19: The Widowmaker," starring Harrison Ford and Liam Neeson.
After years of diplomatic tension between the Italian film industry and Germany's premier film event, the 51st Berlin Intl. Film Festival will include 10 titles from Italy, making it the largest…