Belgium-based Corsan has begun casting for its e15 million ($21.7 million) adaptation of "Devil's Double," the story of an Iraqi Army lieutenant forced to become the double of Saddam Hussein's son…
In a battle between bees and gangsters at the Friday box office, Universal-Imagine's "American Gangster" won out among moviegoers.
Studios and networks claim their margins are shrinking and talent claims it's not getting a big enough slice of the pie, but the level of prosperity across Hollywood is robust. And that's the very…
Even as the WGA was planning its strike strategy, BAFTA/LA drew a stellar turnout for the Britannia Awards Thursday at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.
Ah, the sounds of foreign babel all over Santa Monica -- AFM's in session! And after a long day's trudge through the market halls, international bizzers headed for the blitz of soirees Thursday…
Alternately seduced and repelled by its subject, the garish and power-hungry Harlem gangster and '70s cocaine kingpin Nicky Barnes, "Mr. Untouchable" is one seriously confused documentary.
While war and political turmoil may dominate much of the coverage about the Middle East, one of the region's up-and-coming helmers is tackling a far more sensitive subject matter: the trials and…
The tyranny of the single take pairs with digital technology, then dances awkwardly around ruminations on Western decadence in "The Waltz."
The Works U.K. Distribution has acquired all British distrib rights to "Joy Division," a rockumentary about the 1970s British rock band of the same name.
Spanish sales consortium 6 Sales has inked a strategic alliance with the Madrid-based production and consultancy company Intuition Films.
Several of the biggest names in Japanese cinema are backing the launch of production shingle Asia Contents Center.