American filmmaker Luis Valdez says he hopes to make a movie on the life of the late labor leader Cesar Chavez as soon as he finishes one on the life of Mexican artist Frida Khalo.
Charles Denton, the eminence grise of U.K. independent TV producers, has been appointed head of BBC TV drama, heralding a major revamp of the department.
Hearst EntertainmentDistribution has cleared additional markets for "Marquee III," bringing the collection of 12 movies to stations covering 86% of the country.
NEA grants to AFI $ 2.3 million Funding for film preservation projects and an indie filmmakers program make the American Film Institute one of the largest individual recipients of grants handed out…
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s new late night series "The Chevy Chase Show" will originate from the Aquarius Theater in Hollywood, the show's production company, Twentieth TV, confirmed Monday.
Home Shopping Network picked up three new exex. The embattled cable shopping web named Doug Bailey prexy of Home Shopping Club, Jeff Gentry senior VP of purchasing and Rene Aiu senior VP of…
Benjamin Baldwin, an architect and designer recognized internationally for his simple and timeless interiors, died April 4.
Interactive Network said it will withdraw a registration statement from the SEC for a public offering of 2.5 million common shares.
Murphy J. Bennett, 70, a longtime associate and road manager for Sammy Davis Jr., died of cancer on April 7 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He had been ill for over a year.
The late Doug Marland, head writer for "As the World Turns" and co-creator of "Loving," will posthumously receive the Lifetime Achievement Award for Daytime Television during the Daytime Emmy Awards…
Don Clay, an interior designer in New York City, died April 12 of AIDS complications in Manhattan.