WE: Women's Entertainment has committed to 13 episodes of half-hour skein "Mix It Up," created by "Friends" star Courteney Cox Arquette.
Helmer James Foley's "Confidence," a recent Sundance selection that is set to unspool domestically via Lions Gate on April 25, has been set as the opening-night film for two upcoming fests.
The American Film Institute has named Phillip Linson the AFI Conservatory's new vice dean of production and post-production.
"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" topped the list of nominees for the eighth annual AOL Moviegoer Awards.
The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has ruled there's nothing wrong with a new law banning a pirate broadcaster from operating a low-power FM radio station.
Oscar-winning actor Tommy Lee Jones has been set as the official spokesman for the Will Rogers Institute, appearing in the org's public service announcements on both the small and bigscreen…
The Sundance Institute will give its 2003 Mark Silverman Fellowship to Susannah Ludwig, established as a tribute to indie film producer Silverman ("Blood Simple"), supports visionary producers facing…
The shareholder litigation challenging Disney's $140 million 1996 severance payout to Michael Ovitz has moved into the discovery process.
Malcolm McDowell, Howie Mandel and Whoopi Goldberg have been added to the vocal cast of CineGroupe's "P3K, Pinocchio 3000." Pic is slated for a 2004 release.
The 18th edition of the Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival has unveiled a lineup of more than 100 films in 10 sections, including 10 world premieres, 11 U.S. premieres and eight foreign language Oscar…