Graham King has won the race to adapt "School of Fear" for Warner Bros.
Joe Drake, newly anointed co-COO of Lionsgate and prexy of the company's motion picture group, still starts his days the same way.
Confusing at the best of times, the protean French distribution scene is likely to cause even seasoned American Film Market goers to scratch their heads this year.
Jose Luis Guerin's "Photos in the City of Sylvia" reps the finest, most mind-tickling example of still-image-as-cinema since Chris Marker's "La Jetee."
At first glance, the ascension of Troma topper Lloyd Kaufman to chairman of the Independent Film and Television Alliance (IFTA) might seem a little offbeat, to put it mildly.
A live-wire performance by Benicio Del Toro sparks an otherwise morose study of loss, addiction and catharsis in "Things We Lost in the Fire."
Info and pointers for those headed to the American Film Market at the end of October.
A high-stakes game of "who's first" has been playing out in the world of top Asian film festivals. The industry has been abuzz recently with talk that the Tokyo Intl. Film Festival would shift to a…
"Pirates of the Caribbean" helmer Gore Verbinski is a huge fan of Korean films. Who knew? Helmer said that he would love to work with Choi Min-sik and Song Kang-ho, having learned of them from…
U.S. movie investor Endgame Entertainment Tuesday made a pitch to woo Asian producers and distributors, and said that it has made a "financial commitment" to Ironpond, the Asian-focused production…