The MPAA has rejected October Films' bid to lower the rating of the Trey Parker comedy "Orgazmo" to R from NC-17.
Columbia Pictures, on the prowl for more "mature" films, has inked New York-based indie producers Sarah Green and Maggie Renzi to a three-year, first-look deal.
The 34th Chicago Intl. Film Festival opens tonight with the U.S. premiere of "Little Voice," a tale of a woman who escapes a painful home life through song. Starring Jane Horrocks, Brenda Blethyn and…
Though New York-based Rialto Pictures specializes in the theatrical reissuing of restored versions of such legendary films as Fellini's "Nights of Cabiria" (1957) and Godard's "Contempt" (1963)…
Fox Searchlight's Irish comedy "Waking Ned Devine" will open the second annual New York Comedy Film Festival, which runs Oct. 21-25.
The New Year is shaping up very nicely for David Brown. "I'm not an obsessive worker," says the New York-based producer. "But I'm more active than I was 30 years ago." First up is the filmed version…
Columbia TriStar's monster movie is making waves in Slovakia.
Admissions in Western Europe totaled 761 million last year, up from 711 million in 1996, continuing a rising trend in film audiences of the region throughout the 1990s, according to data released…
Universal has acquired the Will Davies pitch "The Poetess" as a vehicle for "L.A Confidential" director Curtis Hanson. Both Davies and Hanson will produce the film as well.
Interconnecting stories set during one sweltering summer day in each of the five boroughs of New York City, "Side Streets" is an entertaining mosaic of life in the multicultural melting pot that…