A dark horse has emerged as the winner of the final New York Times film critic spot.
The sixth edition of the Mip Asia TV market kicks off today, with host Reed Midem Organization (RMO) hoping that, after the decline in attendance brought on by the recent economic woes of the region…
Hughes Electronics has appointed telco exec George Foyo to fill the long-empty post of president of satcaster Galaxy Latin America.
“Bicentennial Man’s” Wendy Crewson will play Arnold Schwarzenegger’s wife in Roger Spottiswoode’s futuristic actioner “The Sixth Day.” Crewson recently wrapped “What Lies Beneath” with Harrison Ford…
CBS now owns the "World." The Eye has nabbed first network broadcast rights to MGM's "The World Is Not Enough" for an estimated $20 million.
Australian telephone and pay TV player Cable & Wireless Optus has denied media reports its moribund feevee business is on the market for A$200 million ($128 million).
Paramount Classics has acquired U.S. rights to "Sunshine" and has slated the pic for a late-spring or early-summer release.
As U.S. exhibs chew their nails about megaplex saturation, most foreign territories are just entering a screen boom.
Matt Davis, five months ago an unknown student from Utah, will share top billing in Joel Schumacher's next pic, "Tigerland."
Local films increased their share of the box office in France for the first quarter of 1999, but overall audience figures were down, the French Centre National de Cinematographie reported Tuesday.
The Post Group has entered into a long-term agreement with Panasonic's Broadcast & Television Systems to develop digital and HDTV post-production tools for the film and television industries.
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