When the 20th edition of the Independent Feature Film Market opens Sept. 18 at New York's Angelika Film Center, a record number of the participants will be market veterans.
Indie distribber Seventh Art Releasing has acquired worldwide rights to "The Vietnam Challenge," a documentary directed by producer/cinematographer Peter Gilbert ("Hoop Dreams").
While studios continue to shell out huge paydays to A-list thesps, moviegoers say that star power ranks relatively low among factors that attract them to the megaplex.
Columbia Pictures is hoping Ang Lee’s next trick following Good Machine’s “Ride With the Devil” will be “Houdini,” the high-profile biopic that has been unable to escape the chains of development and…
Warner Bros. has acquired the English language remake rights to Teutonic helmer Katja Von Garnier's 1997 rock music-fueled pic "Bandits" for Bill Gerber and "ER" creator John Wells to produce.
The demise of U.K. theatrical distributor First Independent Films is set to spark a bidding war for British rights to the company's one leftover pic, the hot Irish comedy "Waking Ned."
Members of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television will see lots of familiar faces among members of the 1998-99 Board of Directors, as all incumbents were re-elected to the new term on Monday.
Producers Scott Meek and Nigel Stafford-Clark have ankled from Zenith Prods., the London-based company behind Todd Haynes' Cannes prize winner "Velvet Goldmine."
Jersey Films' New York-based arthouse division, Jersey Shore, just two months after announcing a deal for distribution with October Films, has pulled out of the arrangement.
After making it through the tedious opener of the USA Network drama "Sins of the City" (one of two primetime hours launching USA's second night of originals), a viewer finds himself groping for moral…
Nicolas Cage and his Saturn Films are working with Riche-Ludwig Prods. to develop a remake of the 1963 pic "The Courtship of Eddie's Father" for Warner Bros.