A total of 29 nominees, including many who have been active in the current strike, have been cleared by the Screen Actors Guild nominating committee to run for the union's board as Hollywood reps.
U.S. distribs threw a lot of films into the foreign fray last weekend, but only a few look like sticking around as B.O. activity slackened across much of Europe and Australia.
The Hollywood Film and Broadcast Labor Council has renamed itself the Hollywood Entertainment Labor Council and elected Screen Actors Guild exec Leonard Chassman to a two-year term as president…
Fox Latam shared third-party market research on media consumption, purchasing trends and consumer attitudes in seven Latin American countries and Puerto Rico with its key ad clients at a meeting in…
Vivendi chief Jean-Marie Messier moved a step closer to his goal of a company focused on media and telecommunications with the announcement Sunday of the $680 million sale of part of its energy…
Shirley MacLaine has been offered the starring role in John Kander and Fred Ebb's new musical "The Visit" now that Glenn Close has passed. Angela Lansbury, who had long been associated with the…
The BBC is looking to pair up with a video-on-demand partner to extract more value from its TV archives.
Summer 2000 continues to significantly outpace last year's biz on Broadway. The second week in August saw a tally of $12,692,763, handily beating the year-earlier week's $10,346,518. And you can't…
Deb Verhoeven, head of media and cinema studies at Melbourne’s RMIT U., has been appointed interim chief exec of screen culture body the Australian Film Institute, replacing five-year incumbent Ruth…
Gemstar-TV Guide Intl. saw its fiscal first-quarter profit double amid a revenue spike fueled by increased licensing of its interactive-programming technology.
Pinewood and Shepperton, Britain's two biggest film studios, could be heading for a merger. Pinewood, led by chairman Michael Grade, is one of three companies in the running to buy Shepperton, which…