Amy Mastriona has been elevated to Screen Gems VP of creative advertising. The exec, who joined the Screen Gems marketing team in 1999, was upped to director of creative advertising in 2004.
From the Army Archerd Archive: Here's the public's answer to the future of 3-D: Of the hundreds we queried at the Hollywood Paramount, nine out of 10 want to see more 3-D's.
Ramping up to move into distribution, Summit Entertainment names AMC veteran Richard Fay to head its domestic distribution operations.
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The father of the PlayStation is stepping down amid tough times for the once-dominant videogame device. Ken Kutaragi, who led development of the original PlayStation in the early '90s, is ankling his…
Music distrib EMI has tapped Roger Ames as head of North America operations, reporting to EMI Group chief exec Eric Nicoli. Ames, who ran Warner Music when it was in the Time Warner family, will…
A two-hour, charity-drive edition of "American Idol" in which viewers were encouraged to help out young people in poverty dominated its time period Wednesday, carrying Fox to a customary victory on…
Swiss fest Visions du Reel has given its top prize to Volker Kopp's German family saga "Sohne."
The Weinstein Co. is planning to launch an Asian film fund with starting capital of $275 million. Company has appointed Goldman Sachs as financial adviser and will manage the fund itself. TWC is in a…
Seven feature films will be in the spotlight when the Annecy Intl. Animation Festival opens on June 1.
"LoveMusik" topped the Drama Desk Award nominations Thursday with 12. The Manhattan Theater Club production of the new tuner about German composer Kurt Weill and his muse Lotte Lenya opens May 3.
Comcast, the nation's largest cable operator, turned in an 80% jump in profit in the first quarter, helped by higher voice and data subscribers and a cash payment from Time Warner Cable.