After scouting the rising popularity of horror films in Japan early this year, Vancouver's Intl. Film Festival has booked six of them for its Sept. 24-Oct. 10 run, including the world premiere of…
David D. Stern, who recently completed his directorial debut film "All the Rage," is set to complete shooting the Imax film "Michael Jordan to the Max."
Carlton TV, attempting to boost the creative side of its operations, has tapped former ICM agent Michael Foster as managing director of content.
Helen Hunt is near a commitment to star with Richard Gere in "Dr. T and the Women," the film to be directed by Robert Altman for Initial Entertainment Group. Scripted by "Cookie's Fortune" writer…
Media giant Bertelsmann will ask its online book-selling partner BarnesandNoble.com to stop offering titles like Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" and other hate literature after a complaint from the Los…
Destination Films has acquired Adam Rifkin's project "Rock Stars Don't Take Finals."
Imax managed to beat analysts' expectations for its second-quarter earnings, although profits were down significantly from last year.
The Geffen Playhouse has announced its fourth season, mixing a 100th anniversary revival of Anton Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" with a Pulitzer Prize winner and a blues revue.
An informal survey of top TV writers finds that technology hasn't had much effect on the essence of their craft, whether they pound it out in longhand or on laptops. But e-mail and the Internet have…
Destination Films has named Seow Leng Porter as VP in charge of media in its burgeoning marketing department.
Bob Herbert, the Svengali who created the Spice Girls, was killed Monday in a car accident in the U.K. He was 57.