An entertaining, darkly comic look at a group of self-absorbed, twentysomething New Yorkers grappling with personal crises at the end of the millennium, "1999" makes the most of its assets.
"Broken Vessels," a nightmare saga of ambulance drivers, was named best feature Monday night at the close of the fourth Los Angeles Independent Film Festival.
Fast-growing Danish indie Scanbox Danmark has launched a new Los Angeles-based sales and distribution division, Scanbox Intl.
In an abrupt decision late Tuesday, Warner Bros. parted ways with co-prexy of production Bill Gerber and upped Lorenzo Di Bonaventura to run production alone. The moves are the latest by WB brass to…
Australian audiences toasted "The Wedding Singer" in its international debut last weekend, while Leonardo DiCaprio's one-two punch in "Titanic" and "The Man in the Iron Mask" continued to pack 'em in…
Interscope Communications has picked up Bruce C. McKenna and John-Michael Maas' pitch "Turn Me On" for low six figures against mid-six figures.
Sibling Prods., a new Gotham-based company run by the brother/sister combo of Palmer and Paige West, will make its feature bow with "Saturn," a psychological thriller from helmer Rob Schmidt.
Sony Classics' "The Spanish Prisoner" kept a firm hold on the top of the exclusives roster during its third weekend.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is looking for screenwriters who'd like some time off to work on a screenplay -- and $25,000 in pocket money. Deadline for entries in the Don and Gee…
Just how hot is Leonardo DiCaprio overseas? Exhibs were trying in vain last week to remember the last time a star had two films in the No. 1 and 2 spots in a raft of territories.
Oliver Platt will become the third member of the trio in Warner Bros.' "Three to Tango," which stars Matthew Perry and Neve Campbell.