The largest production rebate in the U.S. could result in nearly $300 million in revenue from film shoots this year. New studios are also in the works for Michigan, which is seeing a production boom…
Paul Hogan and Shane Jacobson will star in Instinct Entertainment's "Charlie & Boots" for release through Paramount and its non-exclusive Australian partner Transmission Films.
The unexplained suicides of three young men in a small Tyrolean town hangs heavily over "March," Haendl Klaus' ponderous feature debut as helmer.
Awakening from a two-month coma with total amnesia, a man sets out to learn who put a bullet in his brain and killed his wife and son in "The Fourth Man."
In what some may regard as a challenge to the BBC, Blighty's dominant paybox BSkyB is launching a second arts channel as it attempts to move upscale and win kudos from politicians and other opinion…
People keep piling on Tom Cruise these days as if he did something terribly wrong in wanting to make a historical movie about the plot to assassinate Hitler back during World War II.
U.K. indie arthouse distrib New Wave Films has acquired U.K. rights to "Helen," the debut feature from Brit helmers Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor.
A young woman walks 112 miles from Bolivia to northern Chile in "Alice in the Land," docu helmer Esteban Larrain's "fiction with documentary elements."
Mandalay Pictures has acquired bigscreen rights to the Oni Press graphic novel "Julius."
French-Canadian sex dramedy "The 3 Little Pigs" offers a guaranteed solution to age-old hardships like financial woes, marital quarrels, and terminal illness: It's "Adultery, Actually."