UGC chairman and CEO Guy Verrecchia has been named Cinema Expo Intl.'s exhibitor of the year.
Existential angst at its most virulently sleep-inducing, "Turbulence" decries the decadence of Brazil's haves and its have-nots as it follows a young man crazily bouncing between the swimming pools…
A quirky, sweetly observed comedy about the romantic travails of a cross-section of modest-income New Yorkers, "Fast Food, Fast Women" boasts engaging characters, inventive situations and a series of…
United Artists Films has sold three pics -- "Girlfight," "Kingdom Come" and "Songcatcher" -- to Japanese distrib Shochiku.
At once brazenly slapdash and desperately frenetic, "Screwed" is latenight cable TV filler disguised as a feature film. Dumped into theatrical release May 12 without benefit of press previews, this…
Franchise Pictures has closed a three-picture distribution deal with Japan's Nippon Herald worth $6 million, continuing a relationship formed during this year's American Film Market.
A comedy pitch delivered live by "The Blair Witch Project" creators Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez to 75 distributors has landed deals in several Euro territories.
First-time director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu demonstrates talent to spare in "Love's a Bitch," a Tarantino-esque thriller set in Mexico City in which the lives of three disparate groups of…
Tapestry Films has promoted Terry Guerin to director of literary affairs. She will acquire New York-based source material to develop into feature films.
The only Russian film competing in Cannes, Pavel Lounguine's extended comedy skit about life in a small mining town outside Moscow, "The Wedding" starts out manically and ends in a drunken stupor…
Voices: A box office behemoth if there ever was one, "Dinosaur" is an eye-popping visual spectacle that serves up a vivid picture of what the planet might have looked like when reptiles ruled the…