Director Peter Sollett's "Raising Victor Vargas" will open the 32nd New Directors/New Films series.
Indie production, financing and sales company Myriad Pictures has appointed Mary Herne senior VP of worldwide television.
Corporate Group AV Birla has launched Applause Entertainment, a production company that will release its first film soon in India.
Most U.S. sitcoms don't get as many laughs abroad as at home, but "Friends" is an exception. The new season of the hit NBC comedy began on Britain's E4 satellite channel last night to record ratings…
The next six hours of the "Forsyte Saga" highlight PBS' upcoming programming, announced Friday at the TCA in Los Angeles.
While his fairy tale "Pinocchio" did a quick crash and burn in U.S. theaters, Roberto Benigni can take heart from his triumph in Italy, where he topped the national box office charts for 2002.
Canada will face off against the U.S. in a new season of "The Economist Business Challenge," airing on Canada's ichannel beginning today.
Cobug is not the winter flu, though legit producers may wish it were. Last week, 13 legit orgs representing more than 75,000 workers in the live-entertainment industry joined forces to create the…
A second former executive of bankrupt cabler Adelphia Communications pled guilty Friday to charges of financial fraud in a move that seems sure to put increasing pressure on members of Adelphia's…
Chum Television has been granted a digital over-the-air TV license by Canada's broadcast regulator, making the Toronto-based broadcaster the first to send out a high-definition signal in Canada.
David Wetherald has been tapped senior VP and secretary of Headline Media Group, in charge of helping find a buyer for Headline's troubled gay-themed digital specialty channel PrideVision.