HBO won a network-leading eight Sports Emmys at a Monday-night presentation at Lincoln Center. Kudos are presented by the Gotham-based National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
IFC has picked up all North American rights to "La habitacion de Fermat" (Fermat's Room) after its screening this week in the Tribeca Festival Discovery Section.
Synetic Theater was the top winner at the Helen Hayes Awards in Washington, D.C., on Monday. The local troupe, which specializes in wordless, movement-based legit productions, scored six honors…
Studio Babelsberg has had its most successful year since its 1992 privatization, thanks to a slew of major Hollywood productions that shot on its backlot.
Brazilian Fernando Meirelles' "Blindness" and Barry Levinson's "What Just Happened?" will bookend the 61st Cannes Film Festival, the fest org announced Tuesday.
Demian Lichtenstein is set to direct 3-D action feature "Relentless" for Baldwin Entertainment, with London-based Velvet Octopus handling international sales.
Sunny climes and a disparate batch of largely lightweight titles made for a lame frame at the Euro B.O., especially for Hollywood, but there were some exceptions.
A Sydney suburb is home to lives of quiet desperation in Oz director-writer Christopher Weekes' debut feature "Bitter & Twisted."
Mel Gibson has committed to star in "Edge of Darkness," marking his first starring role in a feature film since he headlined "Signs" and "We Were Soldiers" in 2002.
Steven Soderbergh will direct "The Girlfriend Experience," a feature that focuses on the world of prostitution from the vantage point of a $10,000-a-night call girl.
Essential Entertainment is financing a bigscreen version of Tom Wolfe's "I Am Charlotte Simmons," with Liz Friedlander ("Take the Lead") attached to direct from John Watson's script.