Attempts to make the Intl. Emmy Awards less centered on English language productions partially paid off Monday night when a Swedish TV movie took home top honors as best drama. It was the first time…
Barry Diller's USA Networks said Monday that it has raised $500 million by issuing unsecured debt.
Pax TV, the Paxson Broadcasting-owned family-oriented network, has agreed to sell about $1 million worth of time on seven of its big city TV stations to a wannabe pro basketball league that hopes to…
Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs will invest $55 million to buy 16% of Carmike Cinemas, giving the No. 3 exhib a boost at a time it is facing strong competition from other exhibs in many of its rural…
Kingman Films International has announced the winners of the 1998 King Arthur Screenwriters Award, which brings with it $100,000 for each writer, paid over four years.
Warren Beatty bailed from the closing "Bulworth" gala, but otherwise the 42nd London Film Festival closed on a high note Thursday, unspooling 150 features over 15 days awash with directors, celebs…
The American Theater Wing announced Friday that it will disburse $103,000 in grants and scholarships to 43 nonprofit Gotham theater organizations and schools.
The Independent Film Channel has completed its 75-minute documentary feature "Bad Taste: The John Waters Story" and will schedule it as a world TV premiere on Jan. 29.
Domestic box office passed $6 billion Sunday, reaching the vaunted level 10% and 26 days faster than the previous record pace set in 1997.
The Prague Indies fest, which just finished its second edition, has been named as the Czech coordinator for the Sundance Festival's East European screenwriters lab.