Despite mounting problems in Vittorio Cecchi Gori's private and professional life, including a judicial probe for alleged money laundering and possession of drugs, the beleaguered tycoon's production…
New San Sebastian fest topper Mikel Olaciregui is believed to have secured some heavyweight Spanish auteurs for its Official Selection.
The Belgians have now taken over from the Swedes at the helm of the EU, and they are hoping to boost European film investment by setting up a legal register of local pics before the end of this year.
Fifty staffers have been laid off as restructuring continues to sweep through German film group Kinowelt Medien.
MGM laffer "Legally Blonde" was, like, totally No. 1 this weekend with an overachieving $20.4 million bow that made pre-frame predictions of box office supremacy for Sony's much-hyped "Final Fantasy…
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The U.K.'s Film Council has awarded £1.26 million ($1.77 million) in development slate funding to six production companies.
Weekend Box Office Preview SUMMER SIESTA FOR ART FARE Summer arthouse grosses to date are roughly on pace with last summer, but the season has been slipping since ’98. One new limited entry…
Sony label Screen Gems has picked up all U.S. distribution rights to Alliance Atlantis' "The 51st State," which stars Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Carlyle. A 2002 release is planned.
James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment has tapped Greg Frankovich VP of production and development.
Making good on his promise, Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) will hold a July 25 hearing on whether Hollywood needs to make major changes to ratings systems used by various sectors of the…