Four U.S. shows are competing in the new international category as BAFTA announced its TV nominations. "Entourage," "House," "Lost" and "My Name Is Earl" were all given the nod.
Lionsgate has boarded martial-arts action film “The Forbidden Kingdom,” which pairs Jackie Chan and Jet Li for the first time on the bigscreen. Indie studio is planning a September 2008 domestic…
South Korean cinema saw its market share drop to 21.6% for the month of March, further adding to industry gloom over the current state of affairs.
Writer-producer Terry Chase Chenowith and his Back Fence Prods. will produce historical sports pic "Indianapolis 500" for My First Bike Prods.
The Food Network has engineered the most elaborate tie-in movie promotion in its 13-year history, helping Warner Bros. to get the word out on "No Reservations," a summer romantic drama starring…
AFI Film Fest has announced its call for entries for this year's event, set for Nov. 1-11 in Hollywood. Early deadline with reduced fees for all film submissions is June 9.
Seven years after its initial preem, Mexican epic "The Other Conquest" will be re-released on 50 prints in the U.S. on Cinco de Mayo weekend.
Newmarket and Sony are going to "The Nines" for John August's directorial debut. The outfits are splitting North American rights for the ambitious pic, which preemed at Sundance this year. Newmarket…
Nala Films has signed Eduardo Rodriguez to helm the horror-thriller "Open Grave" for a summer start. Emilio Diez Barroso and Darlene Caamano Loquet of Nala Films are producing along with Jon Shestack…
In another indication of the buoyancy of the foreign TV market -- and the greater attention American companies are paying to that development -- the Petry rep firm has just inked its first…