Garibaldi Prods., currently in post-production on "The Theory of the Leisure Class," announced Wednesday that it will make three other independently financed films within the next year.
Wolf Mankowitz, a British playwright, screenwriter and novelist, died May 20 of cancer in County Cork, England. He was 73.
Warner Bros. has optioned film rights to novel "An Underachiever's Diary," by first-time novelist Benjamin Anastas, for Bobby Newmyer's Outlaw Prods., which has a production deal with the studio.
Showtime rolled out the red carpet May 21 as the cast of "Thanks of a Grateful Nation" flocked to Gotham's Equitable Center to fete the show's premiere.
A Forum on Italian film organized by the Venice film fest's parent organization, the Biennale, will take place June 1-2 on the Lido.
Hoping to capitalize on its image as New York's "sixth borough," New Jersey has enacted a bill that expands sales-tax exemptions for goods and services involved in the commercial production of motion…
Mandalay Media Arts, the nonfiction programming entity launched last year by Peter Guber with partners Al Giddings and Barry Clark, has teamed with Imax Corp. and the Smithsonian Institution to…
Greenlighting its first construction project since being acquired by Dallas-based Silver Cinemas, Landmark Theatre Corp. announced Wednesday its plans for a seven-screen arthouse complex in Chicago.
Contradicting Lions Gate Films' widely hyped announcement in Cannes, Leonardo DiCaprio asserted Wednesday that he has not signed to play serial killer Patrick Bateman in "American Psycho."
"Kids" producer Cary Woods has lined up $30 million in equity, including $15 million from a Middle Eastern financier and $10 million from New Line Cinema, to fund his new Gotham-based production…
Lisa Kudrow, who's currently appearing onscreen in Donald Roos' edgy indie comedy "The Opposite of Sex," has signed on to play the third lead in Warner Bros. mob-psychotherapy laffer, "Analyze This,"…