Hearst Entertainment has tapped Pamela Harris as director of licensing, responsible for sales efforts on King Features licensed properties.
The Gen Art Film Festival awarded two prizes at its closing ceremonies Tuesday, held at Gotham's Upper West Side hot-spot Cream.
The 16th annual Long Island Film Festival, running May 20-23 and five Wednesdays in June announced the pics slated to unspool at this year's fest, to be held at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts…
The 21st Century Filmmaker Awards were handed out at the closing ceremonies of the Avignon/New York Film Festival held at the French Institute/Alliance on Sunday, May 2.
In a deal negotiated by the Sloss Law Office, Gotham-based distrib the Cinema Guild has acquired the rights to Art Jones' debut feature, "Going Nomad."
Lifetime announced two new original primetime series and a slate of original movies Wednesday at an upfront presentation to advertisers at Gotham's Grand Hyatt.
Women's cable web Lifetime announced two new original primetime series Wednesday: "How Could It Happen" (working title) hosted by Melissa Etheridge, and "The Ruby Wax Show," starring British talkshow…
The Laura Pels Foundation, an organization created in 1992 to support the production of classic plays and other professional theater, is awarding two $5,000 scholarships to third year graduate acting…
Miramax Films has promoted Jeremy Kramer to senior VP of production. In his position, he will oversee films though all stages of development and production.
Viacom stock jumped $1.31 to $42.18 Monday, amid a major selloff among other showbiz stocks, after Viacom said it would increase its stock buyback program by $100 million-$600 million to include its…
In his new capacity as senior exec VP of Miramax Films, Mike Rudnitsky has tapped Scott Kennedy as the company's Western division manager, a newly created position for the West Coast sales office.