The State Assembly has recommended pulling the plug on the current $10 million in funding for the Film California First incentive program as part of dozens of spending cuts to narrow the state's $30…
Markets & Festivals
Reacting to growing health care pains for thesps, the SAG-Producers Industry Advancement has awarded a $150,000 grant to the Actors' Fund of America to open a Los Angeles office that will assist…
Aisha Coley has joined 20th Century Fox as vice president, feature casting. Coley's first assignment at Fox will be to oversee the comedy "Cheaper by the Dozen," which is scheduled to begin…
Federal Communications Commission chairman Michael Powell said Wednesday that he won't be attending the upcoming media ownership hearing at USC's Center for Communications Law & Policy on Feb. 18…
The 18th edition of the Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival has unveiled a lineup of more than 100 films in 10 sections, including 10 world premieres, 11 U.S. premieres and eight foreign language Oscar…
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
An anxious nation turned out in big numbers Tuesday night for President Bush's annual State of the Union Address, which rated as the most-watched such speech in 10 years.
In an effort to bring its corporate governance into compliance with new regulatory standards, Vivendi Universal announced Wednesday the addition of three board members.
TF1 Group on Wednesday posted a provisional 15% revenue hike to $2.624 billion ($2.841 billion) for 2002, while forecasting growth of around 4% this year.
Victor Film has become the latest sales company to change ownership -- its library, current projects and name have been bought by engineering company the Caparo Group.