A tremendous, largely wordless perf by Arturo Goetz is at the heart of the intense and intimate "The Mugger," an urgent, real-time study of a man in search of unusual kicks. Following a 60-year-old…
Jaman, the recently launched U.S. movie download service specializing in world cinema, has struck two separate deals, with the Tribeca Film Festival and sales outfit Dreamachine, to make a wider…
Warner Bros. TV is staying in business with John Stephens, inking a six-figure, two-script deal with the scribe, who most recently served as co-exec producer of "The OC." He also directed an episode…
Michael Douglas will star in "Tragic Indifference," a courtroom thriller based on a landmark liability case against Ford; 2929 Prods. will finance the film and produce with Douglas' Furthur Films…
Warner Bros. is keeping Daniel Radcliffe close to home. Specialty arm Warner Independent Pictures announced Monday that it is partnering with Village Roadshow Pictures to distribute domestically the…
Reaching out to the Emerald Isle, former Universal topper Thom Mount has secured a $75 million lending facility from Allied Irish Bank to help finance a new film production company that has inked a…
National Lampoon has purchased its first feature film, acquiring "Electric Apricot," a comedy about the jam band phenomenon that marks the feature directorial debut of Les Claypool.
"Wild Chicks," based on the popular book series by Cornelia Funke, was tapped for a Golden Sprockets Award, selected by a children's jury.
Shochiku will distrib "Midnight Eagle," a suspense/action pic co-produced by Universal Pictures Japan, it was announced Monday.
Disney has preemptively purchased a "Snobs vs. Slobs" comedy pitch from the Job Factory, a six-member troupe, for mid-six figures and set it up with H2F Entertainment's Walter Hamada and Chris Fenton.
Martin Scorsese is putting his name on Miramax's Italian import "Golden Door." Emanuele Crialese's tale of Sicilian immigrants to the U.S. at the turn of the 20th century opens May 25 in Gotham and…