Gotham's Submarine Entertainment has sold Canadian rights for four fest-fave docus to Ron Mann's boutique distributor filmswelike.
Unauthorized images from the set of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn" have leaked on to the Internet, prompting Summit Entertainment and the filmmakers to plea for their removal.
Producers looking for a tax break for projects shooting in California will have just six hours on June 1 to hand over applications to the state's film commission.
"Gossip Girl" star Leighton Meester is in talks to play Adam Sandler's future daughter-in-law in the Columbia Pictures comedy "I Hate You, Dad."
Universal and Dodge have formed a marketing partnership for "Fast Five" and the Dodge Charger.
GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Up-and-coming Colombian production house Rhayuela Cine, the company behind "The Stoplight Society" and "El Paramo," is readying "Maria."
The Mossad is getting its own TV show.
2B Pictures, the production arm of Blighty's Future Film Group, is adapting Alan K. Baker's tome "Dyatlov Pass," based on the mysterious ski incident, to the big screen.
The spirit of Celine Dion hovered over CinemaCon, if only because the Canadian songstress let the convention borrow her venue for the week.
The studios' battle against copyright theft often gets compared to fighting a hydra-headed monster.
Taking advantage of increasing film production in Louisiana encouraged by the state's aggressive tax credits, Millennium Studios formally opened its doors Thursday in Shreveport.