Italian drama "Days and Clouds" (Giomi e Nuvole), by Silvio Soldini ("Bread and Tulips," "Burning in the Wind"), will be distributed in North America by Film Movement with plans for an early June bow.
The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences has sealed a long-awaited 10-year pact with Anschutz Entertainment Group to move the Emmy Awards to downtown's Nokia Theater.
With a list of credits that requires a tall drink of water to read aloud from start to finish, NATO/ShoWest Excellence in Filmmaking honoree David Mamet has written more than two dozen screenplays…
With one strike settled and another potentially looming, feature production around Los Angeles is on the rise. TV production, meanwhile, is only slowly returning to normal levels.
When it comes to toon tentpoles, sequels are easy, while originality spells risk.
Director Ang Lee and writer-producer James Schamus claim they never set out to break cultural boundaries or test the limits of the marketplace's mores. As Lee says, "I just try to make the best movie…
"Then She Found Me" first came to Helen Hunt as an acting gig. Ten years on, the dramedy premiered at the Toronto Film Festival as her feature directing bow.
Lionsgate has become the second studio to allow its movies to be copied from DVDs onto iPod devices.
Exhibition exec Ellis Jacob is on a roll -- and has rolled with the sector's punches over the years.
Alan Ball isn't one to shy from a challenge.