A big-time surge in runaway production from the U.S. helped spur film production to record levels last year in Canada, according to just-released figures from the Canadian Film and Television…
Comedians might indeed be among the most insecure people on the planet, but at the sixth annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, they found warmth and comfort in each other's company.
Industry Entertainment and Gotham-based Killer Films have joined forces in optioning the film rights to Sheila Kohler's psychological suspense novel "Cracks."
Comedy has become the staple of content in digital media, at least according to the Saturday morning panel at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival titled Networks and the Net.
Potentially contentious negotiations over pay rates for television and radio commercials are expected to start today in New York between the advertising industry and two actors unions with 130,000…
Six-year veteran ICM agent Steve Chasman has ankled the percentery to form a film management company that will be part of Immortal Entertainment, Happy Walter's record label and film production…
Fresh from a Super Bowl championship, former St. Louis Rams head coach Dick Vermeil isn’t exactly easing into a quiet retirement. CAA has inked an exclusive agreement to rep the newly retired…
“Pearl Harbor” is the picture that won’t go away. By week’s end, the rumors that the Walt Disney Co. had secured outside financing for the Michael Bay-Jerry Bruckheimer project had evaporated…
Michael Mann's "The Insider," David Mamet's "The Winslow Boy" and David Lynch's "The Straight Story" are among five feature films to be honored Feb. 24 at the 51st annual Christopher Awards ceremony.
Expand Images and Ellipse Programme, France's two biggest TV production companies, are joining forces to create Europe's fifth largest production group.
Julianne Moore is in final negotiations with Universal to play Clarice Starling in "Hannibal," the sequel to the Academy Award-winning film "The Silence of the Lambs."