Redbus mogul Cliff Stanford has filed a lawsuit against Germany's Helkon Media for failing to pay $8 million owed from its acquisition of a 51% stake in Redbus Film Distribution last year.
It's not hard to imagine what the hot topic of conversation will be when distributors and exhibitors meet for this week's ShoWest, which kicks off today at Bally's and Paris Las Vegas.
Helmer Thomas Arslan refines the idea that "each day is a little life" with serene confidence in "A Fine Day," a concise and intuitive tale of one young woman's inarticulated restlessness that…
A record number have signed up for the third annual Cartoon Movie animation confab, running March 15-17 at Babelsberg Studios.
Icelandic producer Kristin Palsdottir has taken over as consultant of the newly established Icelandic Film Fund for Shorts and Documentarie
The grotesque charm of Mirjam Unger's "Ternitz Tennessee" lies in its uncomplicated approach to its two young heroines from the Austrian provinces, whose naive daydreams about living in America and…
Steve Harvey was the night's big winner at the 32nd NAACP Image Awards on Saturday, while "Remember the Titans" was tapped best film and Denzel Washington for his performance in it. Former President…
An intimate look at a family falling apart, and the desperate efforts to save it, "Family Secrets" is well worth a look, despite a certain predictability and some too-obvious symbolism. Helmer…
Brian Lowson, United Intl. Pictures' chief numbers-cruncher for the past three years, is leaving the company March 28. Lowson, exec VP of finance and administration at the London-based theatrical…
"Gladiator" took center stage Saturday night as the sword-and-sandal epic captured the Producers Guild of America crown as best feature.
Ask three critics about Miramax's "Chocolat" and you'll probably get three different opinions. When it comes to co-star and Oscar winner Judi Dench, however, everyone is on the same page.