While split-rights deals may be the way of the future -- allowing the majors to handle domestic distribution while reducing costs and risk by selling off international -- in Italy at least, Buena…
Organizers of the 66th edition of Mifed announced Wednesday in Milan that the number of films and market premieres screening this year will hit a record level, despite the number of registered…
Sky Pictures, the film division of satcaster BSkyB, has inked a deal with 20th Century Fox for the theatrical release of a number of Sky features in the U.K. Both are owned by News Corp.
Brooklyn is getting another large production facility, New York Studios announced Wednesday.
Some fast and furious bidding among local stations was unable to keep Paramount's "Judge Judy" away from KCBS, which secured syndie rights to the show for four years, beginning September 2000.
Fox Searchlight Pictures has acquired domestic distribution rights to Julie Taymor's "Titus" -- a film adaptation of one of Shakespeare's bloodiest tragedies, "Titus Andronicus."
Indie label success story Creed owned the bestselling album in the nation for the second consecutive week, according to sales data released Wednesday.
The National Book Foundation announced Wednesday its 20 finalists for the 1999 National Book Awards in Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, and Young People's Literature.
Producer Laura Bickford has inked a first-look deal with Lawrence Bender Prods.
Senior talent agent Peter Levine -- who reps such thesps as Brendan Fraser and Matthew Perry -- is ankling the William Morris Agency and is expected to join Creative Artists Agency later this month.
Academy Award-winning screenwriters will address violence, sex and why certain scripts sell at the 2nd Annual AFI Screenwriters Weekend, part of the weeklong AFI Los Angeles Intl. Film Festival.