Jim Carrey, Golden Globe nominee for best actor in a comedy with his perf in "Man on the Moon," was crowned ShoWest's male star of the year Wednesday.
Reps of several ethnic groups officially have kissed and made up with the NAACP, laying to rest concerns that certain orgs could derail current negotiations with network toppers.
HBO will present its third annual Short Film Award showcasing up-and-coming black filmmakers, during the Acapulco Black Film Festival.
MTV Networks has tapped Alfredo Richard VP of corporate communications and public responsibility. He replaces Jeannie Kedas, who recently moved over to MTV's programming publicity department.
In its first licensing pact with an Internet tune distrib, Warner Music Group will fuel Launch Media with its entire catalog of musicvideos.
The success of NBC’s “Will & Grace” may be opening the door to more gay-themed primetime development. CBS has just greenlit production on a small-screen version of the indie pic “Kiss Me, Guido,”…
Gay and lesbian org Outfest, founder of Los Angeles' largest film fest, has unveiled its 2000 slate of pic screenings and events.
Michael McDowell, a novelist who made a smooth transition to TV writing and directing, died Dec. 27 of AIDS complications at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. He was 49. A native of Alabama…
Jack Grossman, president of Holiday Theaters, died Jan. 4 of natural causes at his home in Encino. He was 85. Grossman’s career in motion picture exhibition began during the 1940s at the Sherman…
Crown Intl. Pictures has upped Wilfredo P. de Leon to VP, finance. De Leon joined Crown in 1987 as controller, and will continue to be responsible for the supervision of all financial accounting…