Quasimodo Patrick Timsit
Thanks to a cast with notable depth, an unusually smart script and a couple of neat ghosts with French accents, "Dead Aviators" is a small but near-ideal example of quality family fare that can be…
Bill Todman Jr. has inked a first-look film and TV production pact with 20th Century Fox-based Kopelson Entertainment. The pact marks the first time producers Arnold and Anne Kopelson have supported…
Applying all the assets of seat-of-your-pants indie filmmaking with few of its deficits, L.A.-based filmmaker Ash has delivered a sinewy, disturbing sophomore work in "Pups." Pic gives off the energy…
Debut feature by writer-director Emily Baer is a lightweight but extremely likable comedy about four young women who share an enviably spacious Greenwich Village apartment. Largely avoiding facile…
Universal Pictures has paid a low- against high-six figure sum for Brit author Mark Barrowcliffe's debut novel "Golden Girl," for Ron Howard and Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment.
A fugitive on the run, marauding night riders and a tornado manage to occasionally heighten the drama of Charlotte Gibson's "Lost Creek Township," but the play is an unwieldy, rambling work that's…
Andrew Moodie doesn't believe in taking the easy way out. As a young, black playwright determined to write mainstream comedies dealing with serious issues, he fills his work with the kind of…
MGM has hired newcomers Eric Charmelo and Nicole Snyder to pen an untitled comedy that Charmelo described as "in the vein of 'Edward Scissorhands.' "
Fox 2000 has paid a low six figure sum for 22-year-old Yonatan Berkovits' comedy spec "Good God" for David Friendly to produce.
A father-and-son journey uses two often overused documentary genres -- the family reconciliation and the road trip -- to create a commercially viable debut in "Pop & Me," first-time director Chris…