Synthonics Technologies, a Southern California-based software firm, has developed a method for converting standard motion picture footage into 3-D, stereoscopic film. The company plans to license the…
Wall Street revealed just how nervous it remains when investors sent stock of both Viacom and CBS plunging 10% Tuesday after relatively minor changes were made by some analysts to their third-quarter…
Satcasters are hoping Congress will approve a stand-alone bill to rescind a $50 million hike in royalty fees owed by DBS companies.
Warner Bros.' Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan starrer "You've Got Mail" will preem at this year's ShowEast confab, being held Oct. 19-22 at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer is continuing to bleed, warning Monday it will report a "significant operating loss" in the third quarter, which ends Wednesday, due to $33 million in film write-downs and…
Eleven finalists have been selected for the 1998 Don and Gee Nicholl Screenwriting Fellowship competition, sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and the Academy Foundation. As…
Hallmark Entertainment has tapped Tim Craig veep of legal and business affairs.
Director Bharat Nalluri, whose previous films include "Killing Time" and "Downtime," will helm the third installment in "The Crow" urban Gothic anthology for Miramax Films' genre banner Dimension…
American TV sellers winging their way this weekend to the French Riviera for Mipcom may be caught between a rock and a hard place.
Gramercy's "Clay Pigeons" hit the bull's-eye on top of the exclusives roster during its first outing.
"There's Something About Mary" is riding high with audiences everywhere, but Vince Offer is anything but tickled.