No more than five producers will be listed in the main title credits of a feature film, and the total number of producers will be limited to eight, if new guidelines from the Producers Guild of…
Howard Rosenman and Carol Baum, who for six years steered Sandollar, have formed Howard and Carol Prods., a partnership that will combine projects they have been working on separately with new ones…
Two of Britain's latest Oscar winners, Judi Dench and Tom Stoppard, have joined a group of over 100 leading British arts figures to attack the U.K. government for promoting film, television and pop…
Startup production-distribution company Independent Artists has acquired the romantic comedy "Love Stinks," which will open nationally this summer.
Eric Fleming has been signed to direct United Artists' tentatively titled "Wide Awake." The pic is based on the spec script whose title had been "Goat Cheese."
Director Mike Hodges has had a wild ride of a career in which he's embraced everything from lowbrow comedy to lavish fantasy, with stops in between for gritty crime mellers and elegant satire…
The "Rounders" team of star Edward Norton, writers David Levien and Brian Koppelman and financier/distrib Miramax Films will deal their next hand with "A Soldier of the Great War."
On the heels of its multiple Academy Award wins, "Saving Private Ryan" has been set to bow on homevideo May 25. But the timing and method of the vid release for that World War II action pic starring…
Director Adam Rifkin, whose "Detroit Rock City" motors into theaters in August, has signed to helm MGM's horror-comedy "Munchies."
Stan Lee Media Inc., the recently-formed company founded by comic book publishing icon Stan Lee, has inked a partnership with India-based computer animation house Pentafour to create original…
Richard Kwietniowski, director of the critically lauded "Love and Death in Long Island," is attached to helm the gambling thriller "No Limit" for the Edward R. Pressman Film Corp.