The U.K.'s Film Council will spend £14 million ($20 million) over the next four years to create a "virtual circuit" of cinema screens dedicated to arthouse movies.
Content Capital has formed Lightscape, headed by film and TV vet Hugh McGowan, to distribute Australian pics from its financing and talent-development arms.
A gumshoe on a missing-person case goes through the motions with detached determination in "A Private Affair," a sinister, carefully calibrated pic that exudes a mood of pragmatic dissolution while…
Alessandro D'Alatri switches to commercial territory closer to his day job as an advertising director with "Casomai." Slick, snappy and backed by a billboard campaign that could be selling Benetton…
Rebecca Romijn-Stamos shines as the duplicitous title broad, a confident and ambisexual predator who would have been an even match for Catherine Tramell in "Basic Instinct." Written solo by De Palma…
The Festival Grants Committee of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Science will begin accepting grant applications this year from all U.S. festivals that are at least five years old.
Heidi Herman, former manager of development at Miramax, is returning to its production department as a manager of casting and creative affairs.
A fortyish guy with a wife and three children learns his former girlfriend gave birth to his child in "Women or Children First," a banal and painfully overlong candidate for the Watching Paint Dry…
Comedy and satire dominate the line-up of the 34th Directors' Fortnight at next month's Cannes Film Festival.
Charlie Bloye has joined Signpost Films as vice president, sales.