Inspired by a true South African case from 1933, as well as ongoing contempo ones, "A Reasonable Man" is a thoughtful courtroom drama that chews over such unfashionable questions -- in mainstream…
August box office was hot. For the month, the tally climbed to a new high for the frame of $788.6 million. The monthly gross increased by 6.5% from 1998 and also got a slight hike in admissions of 2%…
Hoping to scare up more profits out of its sleeper hit "The Blair Witch Project," Artisan Entertainment on Wednesday said it will release the pic on VHS and DVD as a sell-through on Oct. 22, nearly…
New York-based television producer Harris Salomon and Chilean film director/producer Gustavo Letelier have formed a new production entity, Salomon/Letelier-Manhattan Filmworks, aimed at producing…
Marking a dramatic leap in its U.S. ambitions, French pay television group Canal Plus is planning to co-finance the production slates of a string of Hollywood film companies.
In his annual pilgrimage to the Venice Film Festival, Motion Picture Assn. of America chairman Jack Valenti on Wednesday defended his org's ratings policy and discussed current relations between the…
New Line Cinema is in talks to purchase an untitled pitch by comedy writers Pat Proft and David Zucker.
Digital Domain has tapped Michael Taylor as veep of the f/x studio's Digital Studio Group, which manages nearly 65% of the company's operations, including technical infrastructure and artists.
Seventh Art Releasing has added another docu to its roster, with tyro helmer Fernando Velasquez's "Burning Man: Where's the Fire." Pic looks at the annual Burning Man arts festival.
For the past several weeks, studios have been kicking the tires of "Gangs of New York," the period gangster drama being put together as a vehicle for director Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio…