Here's the way things used to be: Talent managers were guys who hung around nightclubs, scouting for talent. They took pride in guiding the careers of performers and maintaining oversight of over the…
Former StudioCanal sales chief Pierre Weisbein has been appointed to the post of exec VP of international sales and distribution for Senator Intl.
Metromedia Square --the birthplace of the Fox network -- is no more. Also known as Fox Television Center (from 1986 to 2000), the site --where Barry Diller and company first announced plans to launch…
Warner Bros. has appointed Catriona Booth to the new post of director of intl. corporate communications. Booth will be the major's spokesperson in Europe, reponsible for corporate and business press…
Oscar organizers, take note: Spain's 17th annual Goya Awards, held Feb. 1, set out to celebrate Spanish film, but ended up an antiwar rally that deepened the divide between Spain's film industry and…
While Mosaic and the Firm are betting big on diversification, one successful young management company is taking a more traditional approach: Benderspink.
Anyone who thinks TV is still a get-rich-quick biz should look at the calendar. Squeaking out 100 episodes of a sitcom no longer guarantees a syndie windfall. The power to reap back-end profits from…
After a controversial two-year hiatus, the Hong Kong-Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) is staging a comeback in April.
With a non-union "Miss Saigon" dropping a whopping $1 million per week into tills all across the country, and auds seemingly happy to pay legit money to sing along with movies rather than have live…
Established Hungarian helmer Peter Gothar took the best picture prize for his feature film "Hungarian Beauty," a cross-generational comedy about urban Hungarian life, at Hungarian Film Week, which…