Harold Jack Bloom, Oscar-nominated screenwriter who worked on several TV series including “Emergency!” and “Hec Ramsey,” died Aug. 27 in Los Angeles after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 75…
“The Talented Mr. Ripley” helmer Anthony Minghella said, “I think it’s a great fillip for the film to be recognized this way on the week that it opens. It suggests to audiences that it might be worth…
The Monte Carlo Television Festival raised a martini glass to Roger Moore on Monday, honoring the seven-time James Bond thesp with its first outstanding male actor award.
Patrick Moten, a longtime music industryite who was a music director for Bobby Womack and Gerald Albright, died Nov. 22 in Los Angeles following a brief battle with cancer. He was 42. A respected…
Former radio newscaster Doug Doench was hit by a car and killed Nov. 21 while walking near his home in Cincinnati. He was 57. Doench was known on the air as Doug Anthony. He formerly served as news…
Fine Line has won a competitive auction for the screen option to Julian F. Thompson's novel "The Grounding of Group 6" on behalf of "Forrest Gump" producer Wendy Finerman.
Artist Group Intl. has tapped Bill Manning exec VP/chief operating officer. Manning will be responsible for the daily operations of the company whose client list includes Billy Joel, Ricky Martin and…
Ray-Art Studios, the indie TV production house co-owned by "Nash Bridges" exec producers Robert Papazian and James Hirsch, has fired up a film division.
Artificial beings, "manic machines" and "controlled bodies" will be the subject of the Berlin Intl. Film Festival's Retrospective 2000, it was announced Friday.
Trimark's 'Net venture CinemaNow has fired up its Web site, pacting with Microsoft and online media distrib iBeam.