Meg Ryan has committed to star in Mandalay Pictures' "Beyond Borders," directed by Oliver Stone. The star had been considering an offer to topline Par-based CW Prods.' thriller "Criminal…
The Slamdance Film Festival has launched a production wing devoted to short films, $99 Specials, in which nine Slamdance alumni will have $99 to produce five-minute films that will premiere this fall…
Constantin Film has tapped scribe Sebastian Gutierrez to pen the $35 million pic "Manhattan Nocturne," based on the Colin Harrison bestseller.
Jean-Luc Godard's monumental "Histoire du Cinema" will have its world premiere May 13 at Tokyo's Eurospace Theater.
German film and TV production company Helkon Media has extended its partnership with John Fremes' production shingle Fusion Intl. to a six-picture output deal.
In German video biz history, 1999 will go down as the breakthrough year for DVD.
Japan's trade ministry plans to establish a film commission that will help the local industry cut through the red tape involved in shooting on location.
Miramax/BVI's "Scream 3" spooked a huge bow in the U.K., stealing the top spot from local comedy "Kevin and Perry Go Large" with $4 million from 450 slaughterhouses.
A faithful adaptation of Tom McNeal's 1992 short story, "What Happened to Tully" is a solid and sensible first feature from co-writer/director Hilary Birmingham. Anchored by fine performances…
Lions Gate Releasing has acquired North American distribution rights to writer-director Alex Winter's "Fever," which stars Henry Thomas, David O'Hara, Teri Hatcher and Bill Duke. A fall release is…