A lesson in compassionate but completely self-defeating filmmaking, "The Wound" is a needlessly protracted examination of the ways in which France may mistreat African asylum-seekers. Years of field…
A harmless, fitfully amusing barebones two-hander, "Venus and Fleur" showcases new faces and little else. Mildly entertaining tale concerns busty but timid Parisian wallflower Fleur who befriends…
Anant Singh's Videovision Entertainment, has acquired a slew of titles for distribution in South Africa, including Michael Moore's documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11."
Sue Bruce-Smith has rejoined FilmFour as head of commercial development, in charge of overseeing the company's commercial interests and developing its business.
NBC will air a two-hour tribute to Tom Brokaw when the longtime evening news anchor exits his seat in December.
MGM has acquired Margaret Heidenry's romantic comedy pitch "Love and Marriage" for Dylan Sellers to produce.
Billy Bob Thornton and Kate Beckinsale are near deals to star in "Fade Out," a thriller written by Michael Cristofer.
50 Cent, Graham Edwards and Nelly were named songwriters of the year at the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers annual Pop Music Awards on Tuesday night.
Former New York Times film critic Elvis Mitchell is understood to be in talks to work for Sony's newly revived TriStar Pictures label out of a yet-to-be-opened New York City office.
"Kleopatra" scribe Karen Essex is rewriting Columbia Pictures' King Kamehameha project, "Battle for Paradise," which is being produced by Neal Moritz's Original Film and Rob Cohen.
Fox may be ready to move some of its biggest tentpoles -- including "The OC," "24" and possibly the "American Idol" results show -- as part of its ambitious effort to avoid the net's traditional…