The Financial Times is planting its flag atop the Gotham skyline today. It's the third anniversary of the U.S. edition of the pink British broadsheet, which has jumped in circulation from 35,000 to…
"The Rosie O'Donnell Show" reprised last year's domination of the creative arts Daytime Emmy Awards by nabbing four statuettes, tying "Disney Presents: Bill Nye the Science Guy" and "One Life to…
"Harry, He's Here to Help," picked up by Miramax for the U.S., is continuing to triumph with buyers from around the world. The pic has already been sold to at least 10 territories including Germany…
Tapestry Films has promoted Terry Guerin to director of literary affairs. She will acquire New York-based source material to develop into feature films.
Initial Entertainment Group has closed rights deals for 14 territories on "Traffic," the Steven Soderbergh-helmed drama starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas.
A Toronto-based management group is in the final stages of putting together a $100 million tax-shelter fund consisting of U.K. investors seek writeoffs in theatrical movies, TV series and TV movies.
They're ruffling a few feathers at the Peacock next fall, adding three comedies, four dramas and a Saturday movie. Meanwhile, ABC and the WB are also inching closer to locking in 2000-01 skeds, with…
United Artists Films, the recently revamped specialty division at MGM, has inked a two-year co-production and distribution deal with GreeneStreet Films that will foster a certain number of put pics…
Awesome foreign preems by "Gladiator" in Australia and Mexico galvanized those territories last week, while exhibs in sun-drenched, product-starved Europe say Ridley Scott's epic can't come quickly…
Shooting Gallery and MM Media Capital Partners are joining forces to expand the Shooting Gallery Digital Facility.
Michael Winterbottom and Andrew Eaton's Revolution Films is poised to sign a two-year first-look deal with United Artists Films.