Six short films ranging from eight to 40 minutes in length have been selected for Lunafest 2003, the national traveling film fest featuring films by, for and about women.
Markets & Festivals
Pioneer Entertainment will release the Who's 1979 pic "The Kids Are Alright" on DVD Sept. 30 with a bonus disc including nearly five hours of special features.
The Hollywood Black Film Festival has announced a call for entries for its sixth annual competitive fest for black filmmakers.
Cabler TV Land will host its first official TV Land Convention on Aug. 16 and 17 at the Burbank Airport Hilton.
Jane Kaplan and Karin Silverstein have partnered at Powerhouse booking and casting with an emphasis on reality television.
"Secretary" director Steven Shainberg will reteam with scribe Erin Cressida Wilson to explore the life of photographer Diane Arbus.
Spanish mini-studio Filmax Entertainment has initiated a 30 million euros ($33.6 million) capital increase, financing it in part via a $9 million contribution from Spain's Sepides, the company…
At a congressional hearing last week, the Justice Dept. officially acknowledged for the first time that it is conducting a long-rumored inquiry into the business practices of radio giant Clear…
Leading megaplex operator AMC Entertainment overcame a lackluster early summer box office season to beat Wall Street estimates with a quarterly profit of $11.8 million on record sales of $473 million.
Cabler Adelphia Communications is easing its way back to respectability, announcing two new independent board members, E. Thayer Bigelow Jr. and Kenneth L. Wolfe, to replace the outgoing Leslie…
Earnings at TV station and newspaper owner Belo Corp. slipped in the second quarter but came in modestly ahead of Wall Street's expectations as company execs said the light at the end of the…