"After the Truth," a controversial film about Auschwitz doctor Josef Mengele, will be the first picture to fall under the reciprocal agreement between Helkon Media and Buena Vista Intl. Germany. A…
Laurie Fortier (“To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday”) will join the cast of Morgan Creek's “In Crowd” for director Mary Lambert. Lori Huering and Susan Ward also appear in the pic about a menacing…
With a new chief direct from the Venice Film Festival, and ambitions to re-establish its thumbprint on the fest landscape, the 1999 Taormina FilmFest (July 24-31) will field a 12-title Competition…
Christina Ricci is in final talks to star in "The Man Who Cried," a Working Title film written by Sally Potter, who will also direct.
"Elizabeth" helmer Shekhar Kapur will take flight with the action-adventure "Air Pirates" for DreamWorks Pictures.
Chris O'Donnell's George Street Pictures has renewed its first-look deal with Warner Bros. for two more years.
The Tisch School of the Arts' Kanbar Institute of Film & TV at NYU will honor vet docu filmmaker George C. Stoney at a two-day special event this fall.
MGM Home Entertainment said Monday it has inked a distribution deal with E3 Corp. and plans to let its deal with Warner Home Video expire in 2000.
The recent upswing in vulgar bigscreen comedy hits French-Canadian cinema with a vengeance via "Elvis Gratton II -- Miracle in Memphis," a relentlessly lowbrow, frequently hilarious spoof about a…
Paramount has purchased the rights to "My Father, the Spy" an article by John H. Richardson that appeared in the March issue of Esquire. Paul Attanasio, screenwriter of "Donnie Brasco" and "Quiz…