Pat Notaro has moved across the Sony Pictures Entertainment lot to head distribution for TriStar Pictures after a year-and-a-half stint at Columbia Pictures.
Calling it "as close to a shooting script as any spec I've read," producer Arnold Kopelson completed a preemptive buy of the Greg Poirier-scripted period Western, "The Iron Horseman" at Warner Bros…
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has put out a call for nominations for the Walk of Fame.
Comedian and actor Paul Reiser, currently wrapping the second season on his NBC series "Mad About You," has inked his first leading feature role in a 20th Century Fox romantic comedy called "Bye Bye…
Oscar-winning filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci will participate Friday in the American Cinematheque's weekend retrospective at the Directors Guild.
The European Union's latest bid to revamp its film and TV industries kicked off Wednesday with the publication of its much-delayed Green Paper on audiovisual policy.
Whatever might be left of the midnight movie circuit would be the best place for "Second Cousin, Once Removed," an aggressively hip film noir pastiche. Shot in suitably gritty black-and-white, full…
Ever thirsty for new projects and scripts, New Line Cinema named Jami Abell-Venit to the new position of veep of acquisitions and co-productions Wednesday.
The 42nd San Sebastian Film Festival, Sept. 15-24, has announced a $ 350,000 prize for the winner of its New Directors competition. The largest monetary award given by any world film fest, it's…
Texas filmmaker Eagle Pennell, a cult fave for his raucous low-budgeters "Last Night at the Alamo" (1983) and "The Whole Shootin' Match" (1978), makes a comeback of sorts with "Doc's Full Service," a…