A ban against shooting films or TV shows in New Jersey courthouses was lifted Wednesday by the state's Chief Justice Robert N. Wilentz.
GOT A PRETTY COOL postcard from the surfing folks behind New Line Cinema's "The Endless Summer II" that says director Bruce Brown and company have just finished hanging 10 on Noosa Heads Beach in…
The 17th edition of the Cleveland Intl. Film Festival wrapped with a 22% increase in attendance -- or 22,000 customers during the 11-day event.
In its first foreign outing, Paramount's "Indecent Proposal" bagged a socko $ 1.321 million in the first five days on 116 screens in Australia.
Director Carlos Saura's 1992 Olympic film "Marathon" will receive government funds, after having been passed over in the first round of Film Institute subsidies granted last March.
Movie theater owners are preparing for war, and their enemy is the recently announced TCI-Carolco PPV deal.
Twentieth Century Fox-based indie producer Paul Schiff and "Indecent Proposal" screenwriter Amy Holden Jones are jointly developing a contemporary remake of Henry Hathaway's 1953 suspenser "Niagara,"…
New World Intl.'s Ray Donahue has ended his tenure as vice president of sales and acquisitions to become an in-house producer. He's signed a non-exclusive production deal with the indie.
In the latest sign that Paramount Pictures' Motion Picture Group is trying to contain costs and assume more control of its advertising, industry veteran Jim Gibbons is joining the studio as senior VP…
Strand Releasing has acquired all North American rights to the psychological thriller "Crush," the feature film directorial debut of New Zealand filmmaker Alison Maclean.
The Independents Showcase has rounded up 14 films for its second marketing presentation at Cannes, up from an inaugural six features represented last year at the market.