With few titles setting festgoers' pulses racing and a distinct lack of star wattage on display, the 48th Berlin Intl. Film Festival was already being dubbed as mild as the unseasonable weather in…
BERLIN – Le Studio Canal Plus has sold Berlin competition entry “Jeanne et le Garcon Formidable” to Japan, Russia, Belgium and Yugoslavia, and is in negotiations with buyers in Switzerland and…
EXCLUSIVEUpcoming films from two established arthouse distributors and two specialized newcomers will screen at the inaugural ShoWest ShowCase: An Evening of Independent Film.
Sony Pictures Classics has picked up North American rights to Brian Gilbert's biopic "Wilde," about the author and social outcast Oscar Wilde.
Adam Sandler, due onscreen this weekend in "The Wedding Singer" for New Line Cinema, has inked to star in "Guy Gets Kid" for Columbia Pictures, Col prexy Amy Pascal announced Thursday.
Gregory Poirier, screenwriter of John Singleton's "Rosewood," will receive the 1998 Paul Selvin Award from the Writers Guild of America at the union's award ceremonies on Feb. 21.
Nick Broomfield's "Kurt and Courtney," which was pulled from the recent Sundance Film Festival following legal threats, will get a three-week run at the Roxie in San Francisco beginning Feb. 27.
Warner Bros. and a Virginia-based sculptor late Thursday night reached a settlement that clears the way for next week's video release of "The Devil's Advocate."
As part of a continuing drive to increase its international activities, Universal Pictures has formulated plans to begin co producing feature films in Spain.
EXCLUSIVETouchstone Pictures has paid mid-six figures for a pitch by Patricia K. Meyer about a famed sports bookie coerced into testifying against the mobsters he did business with.
Some first-class talent travels coach in the low-flying suspenser "Palmetto." Adding no particular novelty or inspiration to the by-now-overtilled steamy neo-noir sweepstakes, Volker Schlondorff's…