The board of directors of the American Cinema Editors has tapped director Robert Zemeckis to receive the Golden Eddie filmmaker of the year award.
"The Emmys may have more class" than the Golden Globes, notes Entertainment Weekly critic Ken Tucker, "but the Globes are often more hip." Since it's the job of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn…
"Patti LuPone: Matters of the Heart" opened Nov. 13 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater. It received five favorable notices (Deffaa, Post; Kuchwara, AP; le Sourd, Gannett Newspapers; Sommers, Newhouse…
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German production fund KC Medien has unveiled production pacts with Mandalay Pictures, French giant Pathe and Lions Gate that will see it invest north of $500 million in their slates through 2003.
What a sight it wasn't as newsies rushed to play an audio tape of the Dec. 1 Supreme Court hearing on the unresolved presidential race. The tape was made available immediately following the morning…
It seems only fitting that in a season when "Yes, Dear" is a hit, it's NBC and Fox that have emerged as the networks with the greatest primetime success.
Amy Guenther, an eight-year vet of Industry Entertainment, has ankled the management/production company to join Artists Management Group.
The 2000 award season began on a literary note Wednesday as the National Board of Review crowned "Quills," Philip Kaufman's film about the last days of the Marquis de Sade, this year's best picture…
NBC has renewed the ATG-produced frosh laffer "Cursed" for the rest of the season.
Columbia Pictures media relations senior veepee Susan Tick has been promoted to the new position of senior veepee of corporate communications for parent company Sony Pictures Entertainment. She will…
A bipartisan team of House lawmakers proposed legislation Tuesday that would prevent television nets from projecting winners in presidential elections before polls have closed.