After being banned for nearly three years in its country of origin, the award-winning Iranian film "Taste of Cherry" will screen in Iran, according to Teheran newspaper reports.
Before agreeing to produce any new series for UPN, Columbia TriStar TV asked the netlet for -- but did not receive -- a clause in its contracts guaranteeing that UPN would not only cover all license…
Leisure Time Features, the Gotham-based indie distribution company, has acquired all U.S. rights to Francois Ozon's first feature, "Sitcom," and "The Wounds," the latest film from "Pretty Village…
A revitalized Marvel Enterprises and L.A.-based film and TV concern Kushner-Locke Co. have joined the hunt for troubled licensing firm Harvey Entertainment.
Italian Oscar fave "Life Is Beautiful" opened the 6 Days of European Film fest in Prague on March 11.
Pamela Anderson Lee kicked some sand in the face of her old beach "Baywatch" buddies during the February sweep. Lee's frosh actioner "V.I.P." narrowly beat the enduring "Baywatch," according to the…
Jane Seymour has signed on to star in a "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" telepic that CBS plans to have on the air in time for May sweeps.
Just a few days after its publishing sale, October Films has optioned first-time novelist Howard Roughan's untitled, partial manuscript for Michael Douglas' Furthur Films.
The British government has extended its existing tax break for film production by another two years to 2002.
Call it the "taking it to the limit" tour. The Eagles have agreed to usher in the New Year at the Staples Center, with the top ticket price expected to hit $1,500.
"L.A. Confidential" director and co-screenwriter Curtis Hanson has been appointed the first chairman of UCLA's Film and Television Archive.