Thinkfilm is distributing “Festival Express” domestically. Information was incorrect in Monday’s paper. * * * Lions Gate and IFC Films’ fee for distributing “Fahrenheit 9/11” in the U.S. for…
Friday is the deadline to submit scientific and technical achievements to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences for 77th Academy Awards consideration.
A female deputy chief of the Los Angeles Police Dept. and a rules-breaking Miami prosecutor are the main characters in two pilots for hourlong melodramas greenlit Tuesday by TNT.
The dizzying swirl of art and campaign hype at the Democratic National Convention is providing film fodder for everyone from Robert Altman to Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.
Jay-Z had reason to celebrate his "99 Problems" Tuesday after nabbing half a dozen MTV Video Music Award nominations. MTV's 21st annual kudocast, skedded for Aug. 29 at Miami's American Airlines…
A few new series are making some noise this summer, including some original dramas on cable, but the top of the program rankings continues to be dominated by more familiar fare.
RTL Nederland, formerly Holland Media Group, has picked up the broadcast rights for "The Passion of the Christ."
After a slow start to 2004, U.K. cinema admissions have surged in the second quarter to reach the halfway mark nearly 6% ahead of last year.
Julia Stiles will join Forest Whitaker in psychological thriller "A Little Trip to Heaven."
"Saved!" director Brian Dannelly has inked to direct romantic comedy "The Guided Man," being produced by Sobini Entertainment.
"Dirty War," a 90-minute disaster movie co-produced with HBO about a terrorist attack on London, is the centerpiece of the BBC's $375 million fall sked on flagship web BBC1.