What a sad, tender, wise and beautiful film co-director/co-screenwriters Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini have made from Harvey Pekar's life and his "American Splendor" comics. Like Terry…
Markets & Festivals
Recording Industry Assn. of America topper Hilary Rosen will ankle her post at the end of the year, after nearly two decades with the music org -- including four tumultuous years as chief exec on the…
Record buyers nationwide made a beeline for "Chicago" this week, vaulting the soundtrack to the acclaimed Miramax musical to fourth place in the album charts and busting up the monotony of an…
Tepuy Intl. has inked a Latin American distrib accord for Endemol's entire format catalogue, outside of countries where Endemol already has a presence.
The 20th edition of the Miami Intl. Film Fest unspools Feb. 21-March 2 with 65 features and full-length docus and three long shorts in the biggest program to date.
Berlin Intl. Film Fest topper Dieter Kosslick unveiled Wednesday the full lineup of 22 films competing for this year's Golden Bear, adding five more pics to those already announced.
Warner Bros. has conjured an April 11 homevid bow for "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets." Studio becomes the latest to announce a late 2002 theatrical hit for DVD and VHS release in late…
Only months before its latest animated entry "Finding Nemo" hits theaters, Pixar Animation Studios is developing its potential pic for 2006, which Disney may or may not distrib.
A horse is a horse, of course of course -- unless that horse is a new version of "Mr. Ed" in active development at Fox via Neal Moritz and Marty Adelstein's Original Television banner.
A contingent of Vivendi Universal brass, including chief operating officer Jean-Bernand Levy and chief financial officer Jacques Espinasse, head to Los Angeles today to meet with Viv U entertainment…