Producer Don Murphy ("Natural Born Killers") has struck out on his own, establishing the Angry Films banner and inking a first-look pact with Columbia Pictures.
Frans Ankone has been named fashion editor of Detour magazine.
Legit helmer-producer Gregory Mosher will make his feature film directorial debut with "Laughter in the Dark" for Larry Meistrich's the Shooting Gallery and Haft Entertainment.
Granite Broadcasting Corp. announced Wednesday that it has retained investment firm Goldman, Sachs & Co. to sell its CBS affiliate in Austin, Texas.
France's leading terrestrial broadcaster TF1 reported that 1998 net profits rose 48.3% to 715 million francs ($126 million) as the company released provisional results for last year.
FROM NATPEFrom the food trays at the booths, to the programs for sale, to the traditional craziness on the floor, it seemed there was less of everything at NATPE this year.
Continuing their recent run of honors, feature pics "Life is Beautiful" and "Shakespeare in Love" are among those nominated for the 22nd annual Angel awards.
The inaugural Malibu Film Festival will open its doors Feb. 26-March 4 at the Malibu Lagoon State Beach.
Satellite television provider EchoStar Communications Corp. said it has nearly doubled its customer base over the past year to 2 million subscribers, but must add another million to have positive…
The majors may be the backroom boys at the indie-dominated Midem music market, but that has not stopped buzzings over the fate of troubled EMI.
Sony Corp. warned Wednesday that a proposed change to film and TV accounting rules could require Sony Pictures to take a $900 million non-cash charge against earnings, considerably larger than Wall…