Chris Aronson, a 20-year industry veteran, has been tapped to head up theatrical sales for Destination Films, the production, financing and distribution company founded last October by producer Steve…
TNT has a miniseries development deal with its sister company Warner Books for "Last Refuge of Scoundrels," a novel that takes an irreverent look at the events surrounding the American War of…
In a deal negotiated by the Sloss Law Office, Gotham-based distrib the Cinema Guild has acquired the rights to Art Jones' debut feature, "Going Nomad."
The latest round of cable licensing in Brazil has favored more foreign investors.
The USA Network, underlining its position as the most aggressive producer of programming among general entertainment cablers, will add a third night of original shows to its sked, ramp up its…
HSI/Tomorrow Films, the feature film joint venture between sales agent Yoram Pelman and commercials house HSI, has optioned the spec action thriller "Judas."
Legendary Gotham indie stalwart Dan Talbot, president of New Yorker Films and booker of the movie theater in Lincoln Center, is no longer booking films for the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Rose…
The syndication upfront advertising sales market kicked into high gear Thursday as buyers and sellers scrambled to lock down more than $2 billion in advance national ad commitments for the 1999-2000…
Despite the strong word of mouth on its upcoming teen comedy "American Pie," Universal Pictures has decided to partner on the $11 million pic with Summit Entertainment and Newmarket Capital Group.
Buena Vista Television has scrapped plans to revive "Let's Make a Deal" as an syndie strip this fall.
Deborah Gibson and Patrick Cassidy have inked to star in this summer's Papermill Playhouse revival of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."