In her first starring film role in a decade, Oscar-winning "Paper Moon" star Tatum O'Neal will join Tim Curry, Julian Sands and "Party of Five" star Lacey Chabert in "The Scoundrel's Wife," a film…
Odeon Film chief finance officer Andreas Pres has left following restructuring in the German film and TV outfit, including closure of its Internet biz.
Musicvid helmer JC Barros will direct the low-budget urban dramedy "10029," to be executive produced and financed by Rae Permann via her Los Angeles-based Raven Knite Prods. shingle.
Japan's largest Internet service provider (ISP) Nifty, a subsidiary of computer and technology giant Fujitsu, will join forces with film distributor Nippon Herald to broadcast films over the…
Steven Spielberg has resigned from the Boys Scouts of America's advisory board to protest the youth group's policy barring gays as members or leaders.
Swedish sales outfit NonStop Sales has acquired worldwide rights for FinalCut Entertainment's "Dream," starring Sinead Cusack, which will be launched at the upcoming Cannes Intl. Film Festival.
In the few days remaining before the Cannes Intl. Film Festival announces its official selection Thursday, the lights are likely to be burning late at its Boulevard Malesherbes HQ in Paris, with…
The American Film Institute and the National Assn. of Theater Owners (NATO) of California/Nevada have jointly established a scholarship that will provide two years of tuition for a student enrolled…
Declan Lowney's new Irish comedy "Wild About Harry," starring Brendan Gleeson, kicks off the Miller 16th Dublin Film Festival, which runs April 20-29. Non-competitive fest will unspool 77 features…
One of the last vestiges of the Terry Semel-Bob Daly era at Warner Bros. quietly came to an end March 6 with the termination of producer Jon Peters' overhead deal at the studio.
Access Motion Picture Group has firmed distribution plans for its inaugural release, "Dinner Rush," directed by Bob Giraldi.