Jonathan Karp, who left his job as editor-in-chief at Random House in July to launch a boutique imprint at Warner, has acquired his first three projects.
Facing a criminal tax investigation, German's largest film fund will have no new money to pony up for film projects this year after eagerly pumping $1 billion into the Teutonic-Hollywood lifeline…
Hoping to continue the fall season's strong start at the box office, four wide releases reach the market this weekend. Sony is bowing "Into the Blue," while Universal introduces "Serenity," and…
Not a thriller so much as an extremely violent swimsuit calendar, the lushly lensed but dramatically waterlogged "Into the Blue" is too infatuated with its scantily clad stars to make sense of all…
The magical touch required to construct a romantic comedy around a 10-year-old boy's first love is simply beyond this puzzling ode to Manhattan tourism. Resting almost entirely on the shoulders of…
Henry Jaglom examines femme feelings about their consumer habits in "Going Shopping." Latest film suffers by comparison, however, because shopping is inherently a less compelling topic than eating or…
The Berlin Film Festival has extended the deadline for online submissions to the Competition, Panorama, Forum, Kinderfilmfest and Perspektive Deutsches Kino to Nov. 1.
The German Film Awards are moving from their usual July slot to April/early May next year. The Deutsche Filmakademie moved the Lolas to improve the box office take of nominated pics.
Sony Pictures vice chair Jeff Blake has been named chairman of worldwide marketing and distribution for the Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group. Blake has been president of worldwide marketing and…
AFI Fest has selected Lasse Hallstrom's "Casanova" for its Nov. 13 closing-night gala in what will be the film's North American preem. Set in 18th century Venice, Touchstone pic stars Heath Ledger as…