AFM Screening Guide, Part II: Saturday and Sunday
Paul Schrader's "Adam Resurrected" will be released by Bleiberg Entertainment in New York and Los Angeles.
Essential Pictures has launched development of "Outlander" as a potential franchise based on the Diana Gabaldon series of fantasy novels.
Dolphin Entertainment has secured more than $100 million in financing from Continental Entertainment Capital, an affiliate of Citi, for a six-pic slate targeting teens and tweens.
Riddick and the Ghostbusters have both found a new home at one of America's oldest videogame companies.
Paramount has acquired screen rights to "Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery," a graphic novel by Dave Roman.
Selena Gomez has formed July Moon Prods. and has partnered with XYZ Films to finance the development of at least two films for the Disney tween star to topline and produce.
The Swedish Film Institute has named Bengt Toll head of its Audience Department, replacing Linda Zachrison, who is leaving Dec. 1 to become artistic leader at Stockholm City Theater.
Skirting self-parody with its wall-to-wall klezmer music, its earnest scholars trotting out truisms that are news to nobody (at least, nobody likely to see this film) and its single-minded drive…
Film Movement has nabbed all North American rights to Fernando Eimbcke's dramedy "Lake Tahoe" and is planning a 2009 theatrical release.
Regent Releasing has acquired worldwide distrib rights to helmer/scrib Russell Brown's second film "The Blue Tooth Virgin."
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