Strand Releasing has collared all North American rights to Australian pic "Head On," director Ana Kokkinos' gritty feature debut toplining Alex Dimitriades as a young Greek man who struggles to deal…
Mutual Film partners Gary Levinsohn and Mark Gordon have stepped up their presence as co-financiers of high-profile films by taking foreign rights to three.
With the London Screenings coming of age this week as a major marketing event in its own right, Mifed is looking increasingly like an unwanted afterthought.
Julia Eisenman, a former TV news producer for ABC, has joined Jersey Films as a VP of development.
Joan Allen has signed to make her first film with Steppenwolf founder Gary Sinise and reteam with "Pleasantville" co-star Jeff Daniels in "All the Rage," an indie film that will also star Andre…
Aidan Quinn has taken the male lead in "50 Violins," the Wes Craven-directed drama starring Meryl Streep and Gloria Estefan that began shooting Monday in New York.
The movie industry's rating system has served the studios well for the past three decades, but don't expect producers and creators of sophisticated adult drama to join in the celebration of the…
Swedish exhib giant Svensk Filmindustri has become the first foreign hardtop builder granted permission to break ground in Norway.
Bowing to the wish of the late Roddy McDowall, who died Oct. 3, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has canceled a memorial gathering in his honor.
J&M Entertainment has embarked on two U.S. indie pics that start shooting next week -- John Asher's "Sundowning," starring Kirk Douglas, and Alex Winter's "Fever," starring Henry Thomas.