The 50th edition of the Berlin Intl. Film festival, which kicks off Feb. 9 with Wim Wenders' "The Million Dollar Hotel," will touch down with a strong mix of European and Asian fare, as well as the…
Armyan Bernstein has been named ShoWest 2000 producer of the year for his work on "The Hurricane," which he also co-scripted.
FROM NATPE The onslaught of dot-com companies on NATPE energized activity, but did not significantly distract traditional TV program sellers away from the task at hand -- chalking up station…
Angelina Jolie, who picked up a third consecutive Golden Globe Sunday night, this time for "Girl, Interrupted," has been named ShoWest's supporting actress of the year.
Who is Morty Fineman? That’s a question Daily Variety readers may be asking following the appearance Thursday of an improbable full-page ad touting the 30th anniversary of Fineman Films. In an open…
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit lifted a stay Thursday and reinstated a preliminary injunction that forces the Mouse House to pull Go.com's green and yellow traffic light logo from…
A group advocating cityhood for Hollywood has presented officials with the boundaries of the proposed city and plans to begin seeking signatures soon to start the process of seceding from the city of…
New management company Power Entertainment has inked a first-look production deal with 20th Century Fox Television.
President Clinton congratulated the entertainment industry on its efforts to give parents more information about sex and violence in popular culture, but also used his State of the Union speech to…
Neil Simon's "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and "Broadway Bound" will be performed in repertory next season on Broadway.
European channel launcher SBS Broadcasting and European private cable company United Pan-Europe Communications have announced a significant broadening of their strategic relationship that will make…