Oxygen, the cable television network for women that began with great fanfare two years ago has finally made it onto the Nielsen radar, but it's blip is barely noticeable.
Markets & Festivals
Maybe it was one cup of coffee too many. Ayemcasters at Los Angeles' KABC aired a 3-day-old news report leading into "Live With Regis and Kelly" Monday morning.
On the eve of the Cannes Film Festival's competition announcement Wednesday, word has surfaced that Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's latest pic, "Ararat," starring such ensemble cast members as…
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Francesca Joseph's debut movie, "Tomorrow La Scala!" has been selected for the Un Certain Regard sidebar of next month's Cannes Film Festival, boosting the already heavy Brit presence on the…
Madstone means business. The 2-year-old shingle has acquired Dan Talbot's New Yorker Films, which since 1965 has distributed groundbreaking independent pics from Jean-Luc Godard's "Breathless" to…
After a ferocious bidding war, DreamWorks emerged late Monday with exclusive negotiating rights to turn the classic CBS cop series "Hawaii Five-O" into a feature film.
Artisan Entertainment and Marvel Enterprises have set Jonathan Hensleigh to script and make his directorial debut on "The Punisher," a drama that will vie to become the latest Marvel-spawned…
ABC will lean heavily on its news and reality divisions over the next few months as it attempts to roll out an aggressive summer schedule boasting more than 140 hours of original programming.
"Family Ties" and "Spin City" creator Gary David Goldberg will receive the Award of Excellence 2002 at the 23rd annual Banff Television Festival, skedded June 9-14.
Kirk D'Amico has resigned from the In-motion executive board after taking the post last year.