Joseph Fiennes and Elisabeth Shue have been tapped to topline the indie pic "Leopold Bloom." As the thesps finalize their deals, Sam Shepard, who next appears in Ridley Scott's "Black Hawk Down" for…
Eleven finalists have been selected for the 2002 Sundance/NHK Intl. Filmmakers Awards, with films from the U.S., Albania, Iceland, Poland, Ecuador, Brazil, Uruguay and Japan vying for the awards.
Sunday's Emmy Awards Unity Dinner was certainly more prosaic than the post-parties that had been planned for the two postponed shows.
The producer "From Hell" is staying at Sony's Columbia Pictures. Don Murphy's Angry Films banner will continue to flutter there for at least another 15 months after inking a deal with production…
Liberty Livewire has tapped Thomas Moyes as chief financial officer and senior veep of administration of the post-production conglom's Network Services division.
Oddly enough, Pixar shares shed almost 5% Monday after a weekend that saw the animation studio's Disney co-production "Monsters, Inc." set a new record for a three-day bow by a feature toon.
"Slogans," a French/Albanian co-production, scooped the major awards -- including the 5 million yen ($41,150) Tokyo Grand Prix -- at the 14th Tokyo Intl. Film Festival that wrapped Sunday.
Former Village Cinemas Intl. programming chief Ross Entwistle is jumping the fence, signing on as managing director of Columbia TriStar Film Distributors operations in Australia and New Zealand.
European culture ministers Monday backed European Commission plans to cut subsidies to local film productions, a move the industry fears will open the way for Hollywood to extend its dominance.
"America's Sweethearts" has unexpectedly been withdrawn from Columbia TriStar Films Italia's slate three weeks before its skedded release.