Actor-director Peter Mullan has fired a broadside against FilmFour for destroying all the unused footage from his award-winning pic "Orphans" without his knowledge.
Indie production and sales company Quantum Entertainment has acquired worldwide rights to the Philippine film "Saranggola" (aka "The Kite") from Teamwork Prods.
Amid the ever-growing world of syndicated behemoths, local programming producers from across the country were told Wednesday to go on the offensive at the 1999 NATPE Iris award ceremonies held at…
Now that E! Entertainment's first original telepic "Best Actress" has wrapped, the cabler has unveiled a slew of other long and short-form fictional Tinseltown tales for 2000.
U.K. cable and satellite programmer Flextech has sealed a comprehensive carriage deal with cable operator NTL covering both analog and digital TV.
Syndicated access shows had little to be thankful for on Turkey Day in a week that saw a slew of programs dub holiday broadcasts as specials in order to avoid the traditional Thanksgiving ratings…
Michael York (“Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me”) is headed to Dublin to shoot Peter Sheridan’s “Borstal Boy.” Hell’s Kitchen Ltd.’s Jim Sheridan and Arthur Lappin serve as producers, along with…
The Directors Guild of America has issued a report disclosing that work for women and minority directors declined in 1998 and that both groups face "severe underemployment."
Television France Intl., the umbrella group responsible for promoting French production exports, has introduced Chinese onto its popular program Web site. Unveiling the development at Mip Asia, TVFI…
NBC exec John Eck has assumed additional duties as chief of operations at Pax TV.
The USA Network, suffering through diminished ratings for its key block of original hourlong primetime series on Sunday, has nonetheless put forward a massive list of series projects covering drama…