C. Moray Foutz, former Disney animator and president of Academy Prods., a production house for early TV shows and commercials, died Nov. 30 in North Hollywood, following an extended illness. He was…
During the last four years, Gotham's production boom has inspired a number of grand schemes to build a Hollywood-style back lot on the Hudson. Most of them have quietly ended up in turnaround.
For the first time, Ray Klausen will act as production designer for the fifth annual Screen Actors Guild awards presentation.
Gotham-based Redeemable Features has agreed to produce "Diary of a Mad Freshman," the feature debut of writer-director Amy Talkington.
The Marche International du Film, the organizing body for the Cannes film market, has appointed praisery DDA Mediatek to handle publicity and marketing for its International Exhibition of Technology…
Gotham-based indie distributor Artistic License has picked up rights to "After Life," the second feature from Japanese helmer Hirokazu Kore-Eda.
Debut helmer Juan Pablo Villasenor's "Por Si No Te Vuelvo a Ver" ("If I Never See You Again") walked away with the top prizes at the Ariels, Mexico's film awards.
"Mighty Joe Young," the story of a well-meaning gorilla pitted against the evil human forces of greed and exploitation, is wholesome, well-crafted family fare like Hollywood used to make. Disney's…
October Films has acquired writer/director Val Lik's debut film "Boricua's Bond" for its genre banner Rogue Pictures.
Based on a true story, "A Civil Action," Steven Zaillian's follow-up to his underestimated "Searching for Bobby Fischer," is a solid and intelligent legal thriller that may be too complex in its…
Lapdance 1999, the latest alternative event orbiting Sundance, has unveiled a series of screenings and events slated for Park City.