Sixteen features and 16 documentaries will compete for the top awards at the 1994 Sundance Film Festival, which will run Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah.
French production house Ciby 2000 has agreed to provide full financing for a Robert Altman movie to be titled either "Blondie" or "Kansas City."
In a first for Dutch state TV, Holland’s leading independent producer, JE Entertainment, has unveiled plans for a primetime daily soap for the ailing second public network, Nederland 2. Intended as…
Director Martin Scorsese will be awarded the fourth annual Brittania Award from the British Academy of Film & Television, Los Angeles.
"Dark Blood," the Fine Line Features release that River Phoenix was shooting before he died, has officially stopped production, its producers said Thursday.
Andy Tennant has been set to direct and write the final draft of Fox's comedy "Hamlet," the story of an extraordinary pig who is put on a witness relocation program in a farmyard to escape evil…
As major studios increasingly rely on blockbusters to fill their coffers, big-ticket producers such as Joel Silver and Arnold Kopelson said no studio would bite if they pitched a low-budget picture.
After just one year on the job, Alan Riche is expected to leave his post as president and chief operating officer of filmmaker John Hughes' production company.
A RECORD NUMBER of film commissions, location services and facility operators are inked as exhibitors for the third annual ShowBiz Expo East, skedded for Jan. 6-8 at the New York Hilton & Towers.
After a wild bidding war, Castle Rock Entertainment has emerged the victor for Curtis Burch's script "Forever Anna."