American Media has signed an agreement with marketing firm/talent agency Latin World Entertainment to produce magazines and books for the U.S. Hispanic market, Mexico and other parts of Latin America.
Markets & Festivals
Alliance Atlantis has "turned the corner," according to company brass, as the Toronto-based producer, broadcaster and distributor Monday posted a year-end loss of C$18.8 million ($13.8 million).
The recent bow of Hollywood tentpole "The Matrix Reloaded" in Imax venues offers fresh evidence that the future of large-screen exhibition is tied to mainstream product, an Imax exec said Monday.
The world needs heroes -- but there just aren't enough of them. "The Hulk" triumphed in Southeast Asia and Russia while "2 Fast 2 Furious" ruled most of Europe last weekend, but the B.O. action…
A spotty record of success in European exhibition last year is linked to the relative performance of indigenously produced movies in individual markets.
It wasn't exactly a love-in, but the mood at Cinema Expo's annual report card on the state of digital cinema was upbeat -- a far cry from previous years when studios, distributors and Euro exhibs…
Taking a test drive in front of an audience of 800 people at the Nantucket Film Festival, director David Gordon Green and a knockout lineup of actors staged a reading Saturday of "A Confederacy of…
Helmer Simon West's production shingle Simon West Prods. has paid a low-mid-six figure option for the feature film rights to Jeremy Walters spec script "Dali."
Scribe-producer Vince Calandra ("Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place") has been elected as showrunner for the upcoming WB laffer "The Mayor."
David Brownstein won the right to return to his Writers and Artists offices at a hearing held Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Platinum Studios, whose CEO shepherded "Men in Black" from comics to the bigscreen, has enlisted Col. John B. Alexander, long an adviser to high-tech novelists and high-ranking intelligence…