The latest and one of the least of the films touching on the Bosnian conflict of the 1990s, Tomasz Wiszniewski's "Where Eskimos Live" pairs an international star (Bob Hoskins) with a precocious…
The result of nationwide online screenwriting contest Project Greenlight and of the HBO documentary series that tracked the $1 million feature by first-time director Pete Jones through development…
A most auspicious narrative debut for writer-director-star Davidson Cole, "Design" invests a potentially sordid tale of intersecting Chicago lives with character-based ambiguity and arresting…
Thesp Danny Aiello is among investors taking part in transforming the Staten Island Home Port, a former Navy shipyard, into the Stapleton Studios production and entertainment complex. Agreement…
Bill Mechanic's Pandemonium has taken a dip into "Dark Water." In a deal valued at low six figures against midsix, new mini-major has acquired the remake rights to helmer Hideo Nakata's horror…
Dish - Michael Fleming
After being rapped hard on the knuckles by Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy-CEO Jack Valenti, Stanford U. has shut down a dormitory Internet server popular for file-swapping pirated movies.
It's said that patience pays off, and for Slamdance co-founder Dan Mirvish his eight years of waiting are over: "Omaha (the Movie)" -- his $38,000 film that was the catalyst for creating Slamdance…
"Gosford Park" director Robert Altman has set his next film, plugging into "Voltage," an adaptation of the Robert Grossbach novel "A Shortage of Engineers."
Much to the locals' chagrin, a snowstorm never materialized. But to sellers' and filmmakers' delight, there continues to be a flurry of deals at the Sundance Film Festival.