Lifetime execs were literally uncorking the bubbly on Tuesday, celebrating the fact that for the first time in its 17-year history, the cable net ranked No. 1 in primetime for an entire quarter.
Helmer Saso Podgorsek's "Sweet Dreams," about abused children growing up in the 1970s, grabbed film and director kudos at the fourth Slovenian Film Fest, which wrapped Saturday.
The Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (CASBAA) has thrown its weight behind Thai cabler UBC's appeal to carry advertising.
Phoenix Pictures has enlisted Australian scribe Stuart Beattie to adapt the John Katzenbach novel "Dr. Starks' Last Vacation."
Four weeks after tallying millions of hits in its cyberspace debut, and after rolling out for exhibs at ShoWest and on thousands of U.S. screens, the "Harry Potter" trailer landed on 200-plus screens…
Spanish film and TV production house Starline is driving into event miniseries production.
The two top execs of Warner Bros.' parent AOL Time Warner confirmed Tuesday that the company is pursuing a possible deal with DreamWorks.
At age 73, old Oscar is still capable of a few surprises. At the March 25 ceremonies, "Gladiator" nabbed five Academy Awards, including best picture, but without a win for screenplay or direction…
Boosted by "The O'Reilly Factor," Fox News Channel out-rated its competition in primetime for an entire quarter for the first time in the net's history.
The Danish Film Institute has appointed writer-director-producer Bodil Cold-Ravnkilde as children's film consultant. She succeeds Ulla Hjorth Nielsen on May 15.