After deregulation of New Zealand's television industry in the late 1980s spelled the end of a thriving TV drama production sector, Kiwi native Philippa Campbell ankled her job as inhouse head of…
When the Toronto Film Fest rolls out its red carpets this week, it'll face an unlikely opponent opening weekend -- a real-life daredevil. Never shy to take risks, billionaire businessman Richard…
Some people become producers by handing out business cards with the title "producer" on it, or living off their trust fund while pretending to make movies.
If you're not Harvey Weinstein or Scott Rudin, don't bother trying to get highbrow literary adaptations made with studio-caliber stars, especially if you're new to the business.
It went from being the most buzzed-about B-movie since "The Blair Witch Project" to a box office champ, even if its opening weekend numbers didn't quite live up to the hype. It also helped reinvent…
Denise Pinckley's recently completed "Bella," bowing in the World Contemporary Cinema section at Toronto, marks a milestone as a producer in a career that's steadily risen from the ground-level ranks…
Select happenings about town during the Toronto Intl. Film Festival
Aimee Peyronnet is truly an international producer. She grew up in Amsterdam and Paris, has a New York office, makes deals in London and Los Angeles, and works with such far-flung talents as New…
A roundup of the films buyers say they'll be taking a close look at in Toronto.
Fabrizio Mosca started his Titti Film shingle 12 years ago in Rome after cutting his teeth in various capacities in London and Paris and unsuccessfully giving it a go in Los Angeles, where he spent…