Broadly conceived and schematically directed, "But I'm a Cheerleader" is a shallow, only mildly entertaining satire about a rehabilitation camp for gays and lesbians.
Kathy Morgan was elected chairman of the American Film Marketing Assn. at the org's annual membership meeting Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Independent Feature Film Market attendees put their heads together to contemplate publicity and marketing in the post-"Blair Witch" era.
Centropolis Entertainment ("Independence Day," "Godzilla") has purchased the option to make a Victorian thriller, "Cast of Characters" from veteran scripter Larry Cohen.
Artisan Entertainment has signed an output deal with Spain's No. 1 indie distrib, Lauren Films.
In what could be described as a sort of "Mr. Diggler Goes to Washington," Sony Pictures Entertainment has paid $1 million for "Ottoman Empire," a political satire from scribe-helmer Andrew Bergman.
A full month before the script version of this year's hottest lit property has been delivered to WB, heavyweights like Steven Spielberg, Chris Columbus, Jonathan Demme, Rob Reiner and Brad Silberling…
A drear moment in the careers of all concerned, this would-be charmer about an elderly man and woman who fall -- sometimes literally -- for each other at a boarding house will go over big with…
David O. Russell's very individualistic first studio pic discharges black humor, startling action, genre subversion, anarchic attitude and barbed political commentary on its way to making very cogent…
Despite the rainy weather, the Independent Feature Film Market remained lively on Tuesday, dominated by gangsters, kudos and talk of foreign markets.
"The Matrix" nabbed four awards Tuesday at the first Golden Trailer Awards held at the DGA Theater.