Writer-director Jon Leon Torn, son of Rip Torn and the late Geraldine Page, begins production Jan. 17 on his first film "Conference Call," lensing in Manhattan.
Justen Dardis, who most recently headed the literary department at Susan Smith & Associates, has joined Agency for the Performing Arts as a VP in the motion picture literary department.
MARTHA & ANGIE? Martha Coolidge is the director of choice to replace Jonathan Kaplan on "Angie, I Says," the one-time Madonna/now Geena Davis starrer that has had its share of behind-the-scenes…
Propaganda Films has renewed its deal with director Alex Proyas and his Sydney-based company Meaningful Eye Contact to exclusively represent Proyas for commercials and musicvideos worldwide. Both…
TriStar Pictures has clinched deals with director Andrew Bergman and producer Mike Lobell for "Cop Gives Waitress $ 2 Million Tip," bringing the comedy one step closer to the greenlight, sources…
Based on the performances of the holiday films to date, the majors got the season at least half right, resulting in a $ 74,620,966 New Year's weekend for the top 10 films, 6% ahead of last year's $…
Filmauro, a boutique banner run by a man with the Midas touch, is probably the most envied distribbery in Italy. It's developing a higher profile overseas via film production in the United States and…
That dead guy has been resurrected.
Cannon Pictures has ended a year-long effort to secure new financing and is now readying a slate of films to release in early 1993.
Universal's "Lorenzo's Oil" opened just before year's end to pump new life into regional releases, as the holiday helped some exclusive pictures more than double their take at the box office.