Janet Pierson has been named producer of Austin's South by Southwest Film Festival and Conference. Former fest head Matt Dentler is ankling the post to run the marketing and program operations of…
Breaking Ball Films' Scott Abramovitch and Lonny Dubrofsky have acquired feature rights to William F. Diehl's pre-WWII spy novel "27," with Abramovitch adapting.
Proving conclusively, as with "Diary," that Oxide Pang can deliver a much better mix of style and substance when not helming in tandem with his brother Danny, "The Detective" is a quirky neo-noir…
Road versions of "Monty Python's Spamalot" and the Roundabout's revival of "Twelve Angry Men" nabbed honors for musical and play, respectively, at the Touring Broadway Awards Monday evening.
European Film Promotion has named the 22 young and promising producers who will take part in their May 17-20 Producers on the Move program at the Cannes Film Festival.
With momentum at its back and "Project Runway" in hand, Lifetime is spreading its wings with a diverse development slate that includes pilot orders for two scripted dramas and two scripted comedies.
It's the end of the line for most of New Line, with Time Warner cutting 450 jobs as part of its earlier decision to fold the studio into Warner Bros.
Korea's Showbox is closing its production shingle Motion101 at the end of the month after just 20 months.
Eros Intl. has struck a four-picture coproduction deal with Grandson Entertainment, headed by Sajid Nadiadwala, producer of last year's hit "Heyy Babyy."
Dubai launched the first Gulf Film Festival on Sunday with red carpet fanfare and high hopes for creating a local film industry that showcases regional talent.
Shochiku is distribbing Kabuki performance pics for foreign theatrical and in-flight release.