Minnie Driver will star opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman in "Owning Molony" for Alliance Atlantis Motion Pictures.
The Ken Mason Inter-Society Award is only the latest honor bestowed upon exhib vet Bud Stone. Stone, who has spent over 50 years in the industry, recently retired as the president of DeLuxe Labs.
Viacom chief financial officer Fred Reynolds is stepping down from his post for personal reasons and relocating with his family to Southern California where he'll take up another, as yet undefined…
Sony Pictures Classics has acquired worldwide rights to Gillian Grisman's doc "Grateful Dawg," which follows the final days of Jerry Garcia.
The California Court of Appeal gave little indication how it will rule in Francis Ford Coppola's "Pinocchio" case, but questions from the three-judge panel Friday certainly indicated its concerns.
Oscar hopefuls "Traffic" and "Chocolat" rolled out in key territories over the weekend with impressive results, while biz generally had to rely on tiring holdovers.
Paramount Pictures exec VP of production Don Granger will exit the studio Friday to partner with Mutual Film's Gary Levinsohn. Par has also extended its first-look deal with Mutual for another four…
Anant Singh, South Africa's best known producer of anti-apartheid films, has teamed with comedian Leon Schuster to make "Mr. Bones," a comedy aimed at international auds.
A flurry of downgrades on Wall Street rattled shares of News Corp. and Walt Disney Friday, an ugly day for media stocks. Morgan Stanley Dean Witter analyst Richard Bilotti led the charge, urging…
It will be several more months before the industry's many bankruptcy reorganizations are completely sorted, and longer still before true stability returns to exhibition. But already there are…
Fox's "X-Files" spinoff "The Lone Gunmen" hit its target audience Sunday, while ABC again struck ratings gold with the latest "Oprah Winfrey Presents" telepic on a lazy March evening that seemed more…