Gary Winick, director of "Letters to Juliet," "Bride Wars" and the 2002 Sundance director's award winner "Tadpole," has died. He was 49.
The Walt Disney Co. has inked a package of more than 60 movies with Spain's Imagina/Televisa-owned broadcaster La Sexta. Pics will play on Sexta's new nationwide free-to-air service La Sexta3.
Italo multihyphenate Gianni Di Gregorio's "The Salt of Life," his followup to sleeper hit "Mid-August Lunch," has been sold by London-based Fandango Portobello to 10 more territories following its…
Madrid-based 6 Sales has acquired world rights outside Spain to Perro Verde Films' 2D toonpic "Arrugas" (Wrinkles).
"Pescador" and "Dust," the latest films from up-and-coming Latin American directors Sebastian Cordero and Juan Hernandez Cordon, will be presented at the Miami Intl. Film Festival's Encuentros.
Italy has extended tax breaks for local and foreign shoots through 2013. But the cash-strapped Italo government is financing these generous incentives with a new tax on movie tickets, triggering an…
New U.S. specialty distrib Rocket Releasing has acquired U.S. distribution rights to "Tomboy," directed by Gallic writer-director Celine Sciamma and sold by Films Distribution.
Women In Film threw its annual Oscar bash at Soho House on Friday night, but with a more inclusive twist.
The U.S.-Irish Alliance has gotten very, very inclusive. Six years ago, when the group kicked off the Oscar Wilde: Honoring the Irish in Film kudos, they actually recognized Irish and Irish-American…
The notion of beauty was very much front and center at CBS Films' "Beastly" premiere Thursday night at the Grove.