Four Spanish production houses Wednesday formed the largest film and TV rights brokerage company in the Spanish-speaking world.
As Europe copes with foot-and-mouth disease, Hollywood is battling its own affliction: the FOS virus, or fear of strike.
Dimension Films has tapped Jim Powers vice president of production. He reports to Andrew Rona and Brad Weston, Dimension's co-heads of production.
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U.S.-owned Crown Castle Intl. and Italy's pubcaster RAI are close to inking an agreement for the sale of a 49% stake in RaiWay, the company that controls the transmission network of RAI.
ATG execs are mulling their options, legal and otherwise, after actress Linda Fiorentino dropped out of Tom Fontana's CBS drama pilot "Hudson's Law."
Regal Cinemas chairman and CEO Michael Campbell got a 4% boost in salary to $547,060 and an additional $150,000 bonus last year, even as the No. 1 U.S. exhib absorbed a greatly expanded annual loss…
HBO's $120 million "Band of Brothers" World War II miniseries will preem June 6 -- D-Day -- at Utah Beach in France, one of the Allied Forces' Normandy landing sites.
German producer Boje Buck and its distrib Delphi are the latest Teutonic players to join the Producers' AG, which takes majority stakes in indie film and TV companies but invites the owners on the…
Veteran thesp Teri Garr has joined the cast of NBC's Debi Gutierrez comedy pilot, Christine Lahti has landed a CBS telepic -- and two fall 2001 series projects won't be happening so soon.
Dazzling clouds of language come cascading from the stage in Tom Stoppard's dazzling play "The Invention of Love," sprinkling erudition on us all; but it's a small, familiar phrase, ending in a…