After a long and bruising battle with Harvey Weinstein over Stephen Daldry's "The Reader," producer Scott Rudin is leaving the project and taking his name off the film.
Argentina's national film institute, Incaa, plans to convert its Espacio Incaa circuit to digital to cut costs and bolster the exhibition of homegrown films.
Director Mike Leigh says his latest picture, the offbeat dramedy "Happy-Go-Lucky," as an "anti-miserablist film." "We really have a great deal to sit around and be gloomy about," said Leigh. "It is…
The Wachowskis' "Speed Racer" will be available on demand on J:Com, Japan's biggest cabler, on Nov. 19, the same day as its DVD release in the country.
Endeavor has signed helmer David Cronenberg. Cronenberg is in negotiations to direct MGM's "The Matarese Circle," starring Denzel Washington, and his recent credits include "Eastern Promises." He was…
Even after the New York Film Festival closes, the Film Society of Lincoln Center refuses to take a break: "Truth or Dare: The Films of Andrzej Wajda" will be the society's next undertaking, starting…
"The Namesake" helmer Mira Nair and O. Henry Prize-winning writer Suketu Mehta will discuss the Gotham/Mumbai divide during "NY/Bombay: An Evening With Mira Nair and Suketu Mehta" at the Times Arts…
The IFC Center's fall slate will feature 10 U.S. theatrical preems, including Madonna's directorial debut, "Filth and Wisdom," bowing Oct. 17.
Bigfoot Entertainment, an Asian entertainment group with offices in Hong Kong and studios in the Philippines, will enter the U.S. theatrical market when it self-distributes "Midnight Movie" next week.
Another four movies open wide on Friday — Warner Bros.' Leonardo DiCaprio-Russell Crowe CIA actioner "Body of Lies," directed by Ridley Scott; Universal sports biopic "The Express"; Sony/Screen Gems'…