Neither terrible nor much good, "Town & Country" features a lot of talent on both sides of the camera operating in low gear. This long-awaited comedy of infidelity, which began shooting in 1998 and…
The Cannes Film Festival and the Cinefondation will host a star-studded tribute May 17 to French producer Anatole Dauman, who died three years ago. Fest managing director Veronique Cayla said…
Goldcrest Films is moving back into foreign sales. It has picked up international rights to the $14 million WWII drama "To End All Wars," starring Robert Carlyle and Kiefer Sutherland. Pic will world…
Jeremy Irons will star in Claude Lelouch's English- and French-language pic "And Now Ladies and Gentlemen," which starts shooting in France next week, a spokesman for Lelouch's Paris production…
German film licensing company Intertainment has reported a 206% increase in sales for 2000 to DM 172 million ($79 million). Profits, however, were down $1 million to $5 million.
German film fund MC MultiMedia Filmed Entertainment has signed vet sales agent Arthur Kananack of AKA Movies to handle distribution on a planned slate of projects.
Independent film finance is in dire straits these days. There are ever-fewer players spreading around less money due to deteriorating industry economics and the prospect of Hollywood labor strife.
A long-planned charge for new accounting rules broke MGM's profitability streak Wednesday, but excluding the impact of numbers crunchers the Lion improved first-quarter net income, thanks to boffo…
Cannes Film Festival sidebar Directors Fortnight is focusing on new talent, with 11 feature debuts accounting for more than half the 21 films in the lineup that will be announced today.
O brothers, what is thy plot? Joel and Ethan Coen have begun developing an untitled new project with producer Ben Barenholtz. But the publicity-shy duo are still noodling with the plot and refuse to…
Financing and foreign sales entity MM Media Capital Partners has announced that the company will be renamed Cobalt Media Group, effective Tuesday.
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