Gramercy's "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" remained on top of the exclusives roster in its third week.
HBO NYC's Colin Callender, attending Entertainment Weekly's fifth annual Oscar bash at Elaine's, captured the tone of this year's Oscars as a showdown between Hollywood's older generation exemplified…
WNBC's coverage of Gotham's annual St. Patrick's Day parade marched all over the competish Wednesday.
Satellite television provider EchoStar Communications Corp.'s may have doubled its customer base over the past year, but it plunged deeper into the red in the fourth quarter of 1998.
Zeitgeist Films, which in 1997 distributed Deepa Mehta's "Fire," has acquired the Indian director's "Earth," the second in a trilogy that began with "Fire."
Eric Mendelsohn's debut feature "Judy Berlin" and Tom Tykwer's German actioner "Run Lola Run" will open the 28th year of the New Directors/New Films Series, which runs from March 26 to April 11 at…
Leisure Time Features, the Gotham-based indie distribution company, has acquired all U.S. rights to Francois Ozon's first feature, "Sitcom," and "The Wounds," the latest film from "Pretty Village…
Miramax Films, which will co-finance "Bounce" with Universal Pictures, has picked up Frank Cappello's romantic comedy "The Rain in Spain" out of turnaround at U.
Miramax Films senior vice president of production Bobby Cohen is leaving the company to hang out his shingle, which will have a long-term production deal with the studio.
As the 5 p.m. Tuesday deadline for submitting Oscar ballots loomed, some New York members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences learned they had inadvertently mailed their best foreign…
Meryl Streep, who recently wrapped "50 Violins" for Miramax Films, will receive the 1999 Independent Feature Project Gotham Award for Lifetime Achievement on Sept. 22 at Chelsea Piers in New York.