Disney has paid mid- against high-six figures for the screen rights to the unfinished romantic comic novel "The Secret Dream World of a Shopoholic" for Jerry Bruckheimer Films, with Bruckheimer set…
Over 80 movies will comprise the American Film Market's AFM Premiere Screenings, the unspoolings open to the public during the 20th annual AFM, to be held Feb. 23- March 1 at the Loews Santa Monica…
Writer-director Kenneth Lonergan's remarkably perceptive "You Can Count On Me" is a sensitive, intimate, enormously touching drama that explores the intricate bond between two adult siblings…
Final details of the 50th Berlin Intl. Film Festival have been unveiled, with many stars set to grace the fest's golden edition, which runs Feb. 9-20.
FilmFour has tapped into the wealth of the German market by inking a major co-production and distribution deal with Berlin-based Senator Film.
HAL Films, the U.K. production venture headed by David Aukin, Colin Leventhal and Trea Hoving, is expected to announce later this week that it is splitting from Miramax Films.
Steven Spielberg has been named the 29th recipient of the Directors Guild of America lifetime achievement award and the first to be honored since the DGA removed D.W. Griffith's name from its highest…
Debuting filmmaker Gina Prince-Bythewood shows an admirable command of the technical aspects of filmmaking in "Love and Basketball," a slick romantic drama about two L.A. athletes. Aiming to please…
French scribe Jean-Claude Carriere will receive the Writers Guild of America's Screen Laurel award, the first time a foreign-language scenarist will take the WGA's highest honor.
"Happy Accidents" is a strenuous bit of whimsy, a romantic comedy whose charms feel like the result of very hard work. Brad Anderson, world premiering his film at Sundance just as he did "The Darien…
Oscar nomination ballots are due by 5 p.m. (PST) Friday in the Los Angeles office of PricewaterhouseCoopers.