Producers Scott Rudin and Allison Owen will turn Jamila Gavin's novel "The Coram Boy" into a feature for Miramax Films.
Warner Independent Pictures has attached German filmmaker Christian Alvart ("Case 39") to direct the bigscreen adaptation of Jess Walter's satirical political tome "The Zero."
Opting for recent awards-season favorites, the Writers Guild of America presented its top screenplay trophies to Michael Arndt for "Little Miss Sunshine" in the original category and William Monahan…
The 49th annual Grammys took a stand by championing a band that took a stand. The Dixie Chicks won five Grammy Awards Sunday night for their first work after ruffling the feathers of politicians…
Just as the Berlin Fest goes through a daily cycle of snow, slush and refreezing, so it seems that another familiar pattern may be resurfacing at the Berlin Market -- the revenge of Mifed.
Four days into the action, and with just over a third of the Competition already unspooled, Berlin festgoers were still waiting to be bowled over.
After a strong year at the French box office that wasn't matched by foreign sales, Gallic major Pathe has gone on the international offensive. Company has unveiled a lineup of more exportable fare by…
German producer Roland Pellegrino, who financed the "The Red Baron," is leaping from the aerial battles of World War I to the streets of ancient Rome. He's teaming with Canadian duo Jakob de Boer and…
Cao Hamburger, helmer of Brazil's Competition contender "The Year My Parents Went On Vacation," is reteaming with brothers Fabiano and Ciao Gullane's Gullane Filmes for "ICU."
Pixar's "Cars" grabbed the top prize Sunday night at the 34th annual Annie Awards, but DreamWorks and Aardman Features' "Flushed Away" walked away with the most hardware.