Fox 2000 made a preemptive bid late Monday for David Hubbard's spec script "Noel" for producers Lynda Obst and Howard Rosenman.
A classically proportioned tragedy about the aftermath of Cambodia's two decades of war, "One Evening After the War" follows helmer Rithy Panh's "The Rice People" in bringing handsome French…
Earvin (Magic) Johnson's film and TV development company, which currently has a two-year, first-look deal at Fox, has netted a feature spec with the studio's purchase of "Seven Days," a romantic…
Stunningly shot, but emotionally contrived to the point of exasperation, "Memory & Desire" is a beautiful, empty artifact.
Benny Medina, manager of Sean "Puffy" Combs, is finalizing a deal to become prexy of the rapper/producer's Bad Boy Entertainment, according to sources.
MGM/UA lawyers are demanding that Sony stop development of its new James Bond script -- a script that Sony claims it knows nothing about.
The Independent Feature Project has released the names of the winners and finalists of its fourth annual Beigel Screenplay Award competition, with the $5,000 first prize going to Rene Donnard and…
Miramax's Sharon Stone-starrer "The Mighty," now premiering in Cannes, will make its Stateside maiden voyage at the first Newport Intl. Film Festival, which sets sail June 2-7 in the historic Rhode…
Never one to deal in the commonplace, Lars von Trier cooks up perhaps his most eccentric offering yet, exploring notions of normalcy, constraining behavioral codes and conditioned emotional responses…
The second annual Bermuda Intl. Film Festival (May 1-7) awarded the jury prize for best film to Burkino Faso-born director Idrissa Ouedraogo for "Kini and Adams."
A rarefied, emotionally distant art film, "Claire Dolan" is a rigorously controlled, occasionally arresting study of a New York prostitute's systematic attempt to take control of her life.