Germany's Intertainment and Twentieth Century Fox have signed a 10-year European distribution alliance. The deal calls for a significant number of Intertainment titles to be released in Europe…
Argentine Internet network El Sitio.com launched its US site last week, targeting eight key urban markets with large Latino populations.
Variety's ShowBiz Expo New York kicks off this week at Gotham's Jacob K. Javits Center, with a focus on the future of film in a digital world.
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No one is going to get an Emmy Award for planning arrivals. While there was a well-run valet drop-off for self-driving proletariats not far from the Shrine's entrance, limos disgorged their…
The 1999 Toronto Film Festival got off to an uncharacteristically sluggish start over the weekend, with few available films stirring excitement among buyers, and most of the buzz emanating from the…
Dallas-based Silver Cinemas Intl. has named Larry D. Hohl president and CEO of all of its subsidiaries, including Landmark Theatres.
David E. Kelley made Emmy history Sunday as the first producer to win both the comedy and drama series honors in the same year, but all he could talk about backstage was his surprise at not losing to…
Spike Jonze's "Being John Malkovich" won the Grand Prix at the 25th Deauville Festival of American Cinema on Sunday night. Michael Polish's "Twin Falls Idaho" nabbed the second-place Jury Prize in a…
Film Finders, the West Hollywood publishing and consulting outfit that tracks new pics for buyers and sellers worldwide, has teamed with film news and production database ShowBizData.com to create a…
Amid the exultation of winning, Emmy victors backstage weren't shy about grappling with perhaps the thorniest issue facing the TV biz these days: the lack of minority representation in primetime and…
Defying expectations, the tax credit production bill was approved in revised form by the Senate's Appropriation Committee Friday, but time constraints killed the measure until next year.