Yelmo Cineplex de Espana, a joint venture of Sony-controlled Loews Cineplex and Spanish partner Yelmo Films, has announced one of the most ambitious multiplex construction plans ever in Spain.
Walt Disney Pictures and its subsidiary Jumbo Pictures Inc. have partnered to release the animated "Doug's 1st Movie" theatrically on March 26.
Continuing the exploration of violence she has pursued in her art installations, feature pic "Two Small Bodies" and short "Out of Sight, Out of Mind," New York filmmaker Beth B. forges an hourlong…
Peter Care, the Brit shooter behind music videos for such acts as R.E.M. and Bruce Springsteen, is in negotiations to direct the Danny DeVito starrer "Stretch Armstrong" for Disney.
In "Under the Sun," helmer Colin Nutley makes a welcome return to the landscape of his breakthrough hit "House of Angels." Set in the Swedish countryside in 1956, this chamber drama about a love…
Unapix Entertainment CEO David Fox is stepping down from his position to pursue other interests and will be replaced by Herbert Pearlman, currently chairman of the company's board of directors.
Six American indie pics, headlined by films from Steven Soderbergh and Spike Lee, will be taken on a nationwide tour by U.K. distrib Feature Film Company under the banner "American Independence."
Having made the successful leap from TV writing to feature scribedom, Susannah Grant ("Ever After") is looking to take the next step, having struck a deal to write and make her directing debut on an…
Safety concerns have forced two Cape Town cinemas to stop screening the Hollywood movie "The Siege" amid Muslim condemnation and a spate of bomb threats.
Roger Christian has committed to direct John Travolta in the sci-fi action film "Battlefield Earth" for Franchise Entertainment.
Robert James Kern, a prolific television and film editor in a career spanning from the 1940s to the 1980s, died Dec. 21 of natural causes in Newport Beach. He was 77. Kern got his start at MGM, after…