The IFP presented its fifth annual Gordon Parks Independent Film Awards Wednesday night at Gotham's DGA Theater.
In the second departure of a key exec this week, Linda Shick has left her post as national director of human resources at the Screen Actors Guild.
Stagebill, the custom publisher serving 120 performance arts venues in 22 cities, is consolidating recent acquisitions Performing Arts Magazine and Avenue Magazine under one corporate banner.
The music and film industries have trained their legal guns on the latest generation of post-Napster file-sharing services, firing off lawsuits against companies that own three of the most popular…
Rapper-entrepreneur Jay-Z settled in at the top of the heap in this week's charts, but sales for all of the top performers ebbed from last week's levels amid a general retail malaise nationwide.
Mitey Cinemas, a subsidiary of embattled large-screen film company Imax, has bought $48 million in deeply discounted Imax debt, which Imax says it plans to retire.
Financially troubled German media group Kinowelt will continue to produce inhouse films despite laying off most of the movie division's staff, according to company topper Rainer Koelmel.
Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles remained subdued in September, with activity far below the super-charged levels of the first half of the year.
Catch 23 Entertainment has completed a multimillion dollar credit facility with Comerica Entertainment Group, a division of Comerica Bank California.
America's second-largest source of hamburgers, Burger King Corp., announced promotional deals with entertainment companies DreamWorks and Nickelodeon on Tuesday.
Cost-conscious Television New Zealand has shaken up its senior management team and dropped key execs in advance of a public broadcasting charter.
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