Tammie Rosen has been hired as director of communications for Tribeca Enterprises, parent company of the Tribeca Film Festival, Tribeca Film Institute and Tribeca Cinemas.
GreeneStreet and Miramax exec Vicki Cherkas has been named senior exec VP of operations at Picturehouse.
"Welfare Queen" scribe Abdul Williams scored another payday from U's specialty folk, this one low- to mid-six figures to pen "Lottery Ticket" for Rogue. Musicvid director Erik White will helm the pic…
All atmosphere and no story make "Foreigner" a pretty dull film, however curious the intention of Ines de Oliveira Cezar ("The Hours Go By") to remake Euripides' tragedy "Iphigeneia at Aulis" as a…
Signaling its expansion into the author representation business, Endeavor has hired veteran ICM lit agent Richard Abate to create an East Coast book division.
Shoreline Entertainment has acquired Karl Williams' spec script "Punctured," which won the comedy and sci-fi awards at the 2005 Austin Film Festival.
Belgian helmer Pierre-Yves Vandeweerd blurs the lines beautifully between documaking and experimental cinema with "Drowning in Oblivion," a hauntingly austere evocation of the experience of black…
So little is known, cinematically, about Azerbaijan that any serious film from that country is of inherent interest, which is probably the reason the confused, inconclusive "Goodbye, Southern City"…
Singapore's exhibitor/distributor Golden Village has signed to be the local distrib for "Anna & Anna," a romantic thriller with an unusually pan-Chinese pedigree for a Singapore venture.
The Adelaide Film Festival shuttered Sunday with the world premiere of Rolf de Heer's black-and-white silent Chaplinesque comedy "Dr. Plonk," featuring live musical accompaniment.
South Korea gets its first "fatty" comedy in "200 Pounds Beauty," a likable but slightly flabby allegory about how fame and looks aren't everything. Massive sleeper hit on home turf has racked up…