Eric Rodli has been tapped chief operating officer of Eastman Kodak's entertainment imaging division.
For the 11th consecutive year, the Independent Feature Project will serve as the official U.S. representative for the Directors Fortnight section of the Cannes Film Festival.
Cable gatekeeper Deutsche Telekom may not sell some of its nine regional cable networks until 2001.
British triple-threat film, TV and stage star Rufus Sewell (“Illuminata,” “Dangerous Beauty”) has signed with UTA for representation in all areas. Sewell will next be seen in Paramount’s “Bless the…
Ron West has been boosted to VP, head of television talent, at ICM.
Ticketmaster Online-City Search has snapped up ticketing company 2b Technology for $23 million in stock. As a result of the deal, Ticketmaster’s ‘Net service will house 300 fine-art-focused clients…
GERMANY Bertelsmann will float two subsids Bertelsmann is planning to float 20% of its online book and CD shop Bertelsmann Online and of its Internet portal Lycos Europe in May. Bertelsmann topper…
Fifteen indie films have been singled out for bidding in what's being billed as the "world's first film auction," to be conducted March 3 in Los Angeles by Gotham-based William Doyle Galleries.
Fueled by the box office glory of "Toy Story 2," Pixar announced fourth quarter profits of $9.6 million, nine times its earnings of $1.1 million during last year's comparable quarter.
The Publicists Guild of America has announced five nominees for its Les Mason Award, the top honor it bestows on members.
Jeff A. Lipson, a music and video production assistant for Universal Studios, died Monday in Encino. He was 36. Lipson apparently collapsed while jogging in Balboa Park. He is survived by his parents…