"Trans," the feature debut from writer-director Julian Goldberger that won a Jury Prize at the 1999 Berlin Film Festival, will have its world premiere on the Sundance Channel, the cable network…
More than 40 years after a plane crash killed seven members of the famed 1958 Manchester United soccer team, two companies are developing competing projects about the event.
Gotham-based specialty distrib Cowboy Booking has acquired "The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg," Aviva Kempner's docu about the legendary Jewish slugger.
The Broadcast Film Critics Assn., the nation's largest film critics group, will announce the winners of its fifth annual Critics Choice Awards on Jan. 24 at Hotel Sofitel.
Salma Hayek has inked to star in the comedy "La Gran Vida" (The Great Life), a low-budget pic from fledgling Spanish production outfit BesoBeso Prods.
Robert Bresson, the master director once described by fellow filmmaker Jean-Luc Godard as the Dostoevsky of French cinema, has died in Paris. He was 98.
Intermedia, in conjunction with Paris-based UGC, is in final negotiations to handle all foreign rights on MGM's Antonio Banderas-Angelina Jolie starrer "Dancing in the Dark."
At first glance, the birthplace of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and Flik -- an unimpressive office complex outside San Francisco -- seems underwhelming, but inside, Pixar Animation Studios is a different…
Indie filmmaker Todd Hoffman ("Love Stinks") has inked a first-look development deal with Viacom Prods.
Theatrical wizard Julie Taymor strides boldly into the feature film arena with "Titus" and emerges with a conditional victory. Distinguished by some outstanding thesping and an arresting stylistic…
Coming off a busy year capped Monday by Golden Globe nominations for "An Ideal Husband" and "An Affair to Remember," Julianne Moore is in talks to star opposite Bruce Willis and Samuel Jackson in M…