Bucking widespread slate and budget downsizing on Spanish films, Luis de Val Jr.'s Media Films is upping the ante on production, announcing four films for 2009-10.
Warner Bros.' U.K. prexy and managing director Josh Berger has been appointed to the board of public funding org the U.K. Film Council.
Sony's net profit dropped 95% in the third quarter due to a strengthening yen, the gloomy economy and stiffer price competition from electronics rivals.
In "Wounded Knee," ace historical documaker Stanley Nelson ("Jonestown") frames the 1973 standoff between American Indian activists and U.S. federal agents as a culminating event in the 400-year…
Kerasotes Showplace Theatres chair-CEO Tony Kerasotes and his brother, prexy-chief operating officer Dean Kerasotes will receive the ShoWesters of the Year award at the upcoming exhibitor confab…
One month after Disney decided to pull the plug on co-financing the third movie in Walden Media's "Chronicles of Narnia" series, Walden has found a new partner in 20th Century Fox.
Universal will add a new chapter to "The Thing," lining up another take on the paranoid horror classic most recently brought to the screen by John Carpenter in 1982.
A big birthday party is taking place this year in Munich. Bavaria Film is celebrating 90 years of tradition and 50 years in its current, postwar incarnation.
The American Society of Cinematographers will present the ASC Burton Stone Heritage Award for achievement in student filmmaking to Nathan Levine-Heaney from Florida State U. and Aaron Dunson from the…
Fox Atomic has snapped up comedy spec "The Sitter" by Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka.
Since taking the helm as co-managing director of Bavaria Film group in 2006, Matthias Esche has sought to usher in an era of transparency while also seeking to expand the production/distribution…
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