For a festival that prides itself on discovering the new, there's also a heavy sense of deja vu hanging over the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. It's not just a matter of the usual suspects -- the…
Film and television post-production house Todd-AO has reported reduced first-quarter profits of $1 million compared with $2.1 million a year ago on revenues of $33.5 million vs. $33.9 million a year…
Gotham-based First Run Features has acquired domestic distribution rights to Peter Cohen's "Homo Sapiens 1900."
CNBC Primetime has tapped Bret Marcus senior executive producer. Previously an executive producer of “Upfront Tonight,” Marcus succeeds the recently resigned Bob Reichblum. In his new post Marcus…
Dave Fleming has joined management team Atlas Entertainment/Gold Miller/Third Rail.
Harrison Ford has signed for representation with United Talent Agency, marking his first relationship with a major agency in 15 years.
While gavelers and gameshows populate the NATPE floor, Buena Vista is going mental, reaching a distribution deal with Chris-Craft/United TV for upcoming syndie series "Housecalls."
TV industry veteran Michael Jay Solomon has been tapped to a trio of posts at the Entertainment Internet, parent company of Castnet.com, a Web-based film and TV database for casting directors and…
Acquisition execs swear every year they're not going to get suckered into the high-stakes card game Sundance has become.
King World Intl. prexy Fred Cohen has been named president of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, succeeding Kay Koplovitz.
Almost immediately after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, state-supported film industries across Eastern Europe atrophied or disappeared, and young filmmakers like Czech director Jan Hrebejk were left…