Harvey Weinstein is back. The dot-coms are fleeing. The studios need product. These might sound like positive developments, but a host of factors might make acquisitions execs, filmmakers and others…
Stephen Moore has been promoted to the head of the literary department at agency Paul Kohner Inc. Moore was 22 when he joined the firm in 1995, his first job in the industry.
Canuck telecom giant BCE announced Tuesday that the deal to create Bell Globemedia by merging BCE, the CTV network and national newspaper the Globe & Mail has been finalized.
Tom Choi watches as lingerie-clad models stride across the big screen in his company's conference room. "Kind of distracting, isn't it?" he asks. Choi, CEO of broadband TV provider Speedcast, is…
Ten to Watch 2001 - Directors
It's typically the one ticket you just can't get: the Sundance Film Festival closing night awards ceremony. But that won't stop the curious from being privy to the festivities this year.
"Code: Baltic Storm," a political thriller based on the sinking of the Estonia, which cost the lives of more than 900 passengers, goes into production this summer in Malta, Germany and Denmark.
Netcaster Neurotrash.com has launched NT Entertainment, an offline production division whose first project is "Prophet Speaks," a jazz docu skedded to bow at the Slamdance Film Festival.
DVD-projected Nodance Film and Multimedia Festival has announced its program lineup for this year's event in Park City, Utah, Jan 20-26.
Layoffs are supposed to plague companies that can't secure financing, not those that can. Weeks after raising an additional $30 million in unfavorable market conditions, Creative Planet pinkslipped…
Rescue talks between German media group Kirch and the troubled EM.TV & Merchandising appeared threatened late Monday as negotiators were at loggerheads on EM.TV reforms, a source close to the talks…