The Screen Actors Guild has asked producers Larry Hott and Diane Garey to begin working on a treatment for a documentary on the 65-year history of the guild.
Depending on who you ask, Annecy's 22nd Animated Film Festival (May 26 31) and Market (May 28 31) marked the first year of a glorious new tradition of making the fest a yearly event or the first year…
Years of bad blood between Francis Ford Coppola and Warner Bros. will come to a head this week as the trial gets under way over his ill-fated film version of "Pinocchio."
Writer-director Curtis Hanson is among those flying down to Rio this week for a screenwriters lab hosted by the Sundance Institute and local film org Riofilme, starting Wednesday.
United Artists has purchased a romantic comedy pitch titled "Betty" from Susan Sisko, in a low- against mid-six-figure deal that marks the first studio feature-writing job for the TV vet.
The Arts Council of England has awarded £2 million ($3.3 million) in lottery coin to co-finance a movie version of George Eliot's novel "Daniel Deronda," to be directed by Mike Barker.
York Home Video has announced the purchase at Cannes of seven titles for release on video in the U.S. in the first deal of an exclusive partnership with Maverick Entertainment.
Sony's monster mashed Malaysia while "Deep Impact" and "City of Angels" continued to earn tidy sums overseas last weekend. It was hard to get a handle on business overall because at least 10 markets…
A gala benefit featuring Ernest Dickerson's 1950s-set "Blind Faith" will kick off the ninth annual Human Rights Watch Intl. Film Festival, which runs through June 25 at Lincoln Center.
Sony Pictures Classics will retrace the steps of one of this country's greatest writers with its large-format Imax film "Mark Twain's America in 3-D," slated for release in July.
Sony Pictures Entertainment seems well on its way to serving up a tale of two movies this summer with the back-to-back releases of "Godzilla" and "The Mask of Zorro."