Rachel Pfeffer, who has served as president of Robert Redford's Wildwood Enterprises since 1993, is exiting the company. Michael Nozik, president of Redford's indie banner South Fork Pictures, will…
Warner Bros. has acquired the film rights to Michael Drosnin's nonfiction book "The Bible Code," which details an Israeli mathematician's decoding of a series of messages and predictions hidden in…
Nora Ephron and her sister Delia are "Hanging Up" on Columbia Pictures with their newest, partially autobiographical project, the studio confirmed Thursday.
The Independent Feature Project will present "Fast, Cheap and Out of Control" helmer Errol Morris with its 1997 IFP Gotham Filmmaker Award. Macky Alston will receive the Open Palm Award for his…
The Edward R. Pressman Film Corp. and Robert DeBrino's Canterbury Films are teaming up to produce "The Vatican Connection," a feature based on Richard Hammer's controversial 1982 book about illegal…
With the Cannes film festival's 50th bash now out of the way, Switzerland's premier film event, the Locarno Intl. Film Festival, is gearing up for its golden anniversary edition Aug. 6-16.
Screenwriter Rand Ravich and New Line Cinema exec Bill Witten’s names were misspelled in Wednesday’s story about “The Astronaut’s Wife” being set up at New Line. * * * “Brooklyn South,” which CBS has…
Michael Douglas has jumped aboard Paramount Pictures' "The General's Daughter" for studio-based production company Neufeld/Rehme.
Getting double mileage out of his alien, sci-fi pitch, screenwriter Walt Becker has set up "Link" at Live Entertainment for Wesley Snipes' Amen Ra Films and Parkwood Pictures to produce.
DreamWorks and Sony are negotiating to acquire rights to Jean-Dominique Bauby's bestselling autobiography "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" for Scott Hicks to direct and Ron Bass to adapt.
When spotting the prehistoric dinos in "The Lost World," the scientists can't believe their eyes. Readers should be equally incredulous when it comes to the media frenzy surrounding the pic's mammoth…