DreamWorks production executive Damian Stevenson has ankled the studio after one year on the job. A former executive veepee of production at Kopelson Entertainment, Stevenson was the first executive…
Drawing on his relationship with his father and the experience of a hunting trip in his youth, writer-director Randy Redroad's first feature, "The Doe Boy," is a reasonably affecting, personal story…
Monique Esclavissat has been promoted to senior VP of European distribution at Warner Bros. Pictures. She will be based in Warners' European regional office in London.
Recounting the immigrant experience from a Chinese woman's point of view, "Miss Wonton" registers the sense of disillusionment for many upon discovering that the American dream is an unattainable…
Italy has changed the makeup of its censorship commission in the wake of the controversy over the decision to pass gruesome thriller "Hannibal" for general auds.
A moving love story with two exquisite central performances, "A Song for Martin" marks a welcome return by Bille August to a more intimate type of picture after a string of large-scale dramas. A…
Kathy Morgan Intl. has signed a deal with First Intl. Communications to handle foreign sales on the latter company's actioner "China Strike Force."
The lines between reality, re-enactment, manipulation and mythologizing have grown so fuzzy of late that they might seem a perma-gray zone from which no further discomfort can be bled. Ready-made…
Regent Entertainment has picked up worldwide rights to "The Annihilation of Fish," starring Lynn Redgrave and James Earl Jones, with plans for a theatrical release this fall. Regent Intl. will handle…
Imperial Bank has been named as a defendant in Intertainment Licensing's ongoing lawsuit against Franchise Pictures, its chairman Elie Samaha and Franchise president Andrew Stevens.