Despite the rainy weather, the Independent Feature Film Market remained lively on Tuesday, dominated by gangsters, kudos and talk of foreign markets.
In what could be described as a sort of "Mr. Diggler Goes to Washington," Sony Pictures Entertainment has paid $1 million for "Ottoman Empire," a political satire from scribe-helmer Andrew Bergman.
After four years of negotiations, Hong Kong Cable has agreed to add MTV Asia to its lineup.
The Eastman Kodak Co. said Tuesday it will sell its Image Bank, a collection of 30 million photographs and 15,000 hours of stock film footage, to Getty Images for $183 million in cash in order to…
"The Matrix" nabbed four awards Tuesday at the first Golden Trailer Awards held at the DGA Theater.
The Walt Disney Studios has tapped Andrea Marozas for the newly created post of senior vice president, communications, for the company.
Producer Dick Wolf is close to naming a new showrunner for his WB midseason drama “DC,” leaving the future of current co-exec producer John August in doubt. Sources close to the production say that…
Sinclair Broadcast Group put Wall Street on notice Tuesday that a soft TV market means its cash flow and revenue for the second half of the year will be lower than anticipated.
A mix of upscale star power, new American indie talent and international features will ballast this year's Mill Valley Film Festival, unspooling Oct. 7-17 at various Marin County venues.
In recognition of Disney's success in the arena of live theater, Stuart Oken has been promoted to senior veep of creative affairs for Walt Disney Theatrical Prods.
Helmer Julien Temple ("Vigo") has signed on to direct the Frank Cottrell Boyce ("Hilary and Jackie") script "Pandaemonium."