Argentina's state film board Incaa is preparing to launch a video-on-demand service as soon as this year, a latest effort to help homegrown films turn a profit as theatrical and DVD markets falter…
IFC Films has snagged North American and foreign rights to "Tiny Furniture," the 2010 SXSW fave from writer-director Lena Dunham.
Wild Side Films, one of France's most reputed distributors, has taken all French rights to romantic period thriller "Agnosia," sold by Filmax Intl.
"The Green Hornet" is going 3D, but it's also on the move.
Proponents of two proposed film futures exchanges defended their proposals on Capitol Hill Thursday.
CBS Films' romcom "The Back-up Plan" leads the pack at 3,280 locations.
"Crazy Heart," "How I Met Your Mother," and "Breaking Bad" were among the winners.
Breck Eisner is in talks to direct New Line's remake of "Escape From New York."