Currently rolling out in fest playdates and regional theatrical runs, "At Last" is an engaging retro romantic drama about the second-chance reunion of two baby boomers fated for too-long-delayed…
Indie banner First Look Studios said Wednesday that it has closed a three-year, $80 million credit line with Merrill Lynch & Co. Move will allow the production, financing and distribution company to…
Perfectly suitable for prime-time exposure on any family-skewing cable network, "Paradise, Texas" is a pleasant but predictable drama about a fading action actor who tries to reunite with his family…
Beware of dog: Good intentions and romcom cliches can't rescue this slobbery mess from accidental hilarity as a clean-cut ex-con (Jesse Berns) makes amends by learning to be a dog trainer -- and…
In what was the most eye-catching deal closed at Madrid's first Spanish Film Screenings, Miami-based Venevision Intl. acquired U.S. TV rights to 25 movies from Spanish sales and distribution company…
Public film funding bodies Filmstiftung NRW and Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg have together lined up some E10 million ($12.6 million) for an array of new projects.
Pakistan has lifted a decades-old ban on Indian actors working in domestic movies, two months after dropping its opposition to Bollywood movies being shown in local theaters.
Spanish distributor New World Films Intl. has picked up all Spanish rights to Luc Besson's live-action/animated family pic "Arthur and the Minimoys."
In New York: Legendary TV producer Aaron Spelling, 83, suffered a stroke at his Holmby Hills estate over the weekend and is being treated at home.
Suddenly unemployed after nearly 20 years on the job, two grown men decide to study for the high school diplomas they never got in "Late Graduates." Deftly constructed tale features engaging…
The North African curse, "May you undertake renovations in your home," blossoms to comic effect in "Dream House." First hour is quite entertaining, although compound misfortunes grow progressively…