In a surprise move, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer executive vice president of production Jeff Kleeman is ankling the studio for personal reasons.
There were plenty of new releases overseas last weekend, but most barely caused a ripple, so it was left to the holdovers to sustain business.
As Initial Entertainment Group continues to restructure and expand its operation, two additional key positions have been filled.
Oxygen Media and the Markle Foundation will team to create what they called the definitive source of publicity available about women, Oxygen chief Geraldine Laybourne and Markle prexy Zoe Baird…
Musician Ray Manzarek of the Doors is making his feature directorial debut on "Love Her Madly," an indie pic about the love, madness, obsession and murder surrounding a captivating female drama…
The interactive television service industry, driven by players like DirecTV to OpenTV, could generate $5 billion in sales by 2006, according to a new study released Monday by Silicon Valley-based…
A former secretary at Major Clients Agency has sued her bosses for $3.5 million, charging that she was subjected to a pattern of sexual harassment that included being exposed repeatedly to…
Three South African short films have been tapped for upcoming film festivals in Sao Paulo, Edinburgh and Palm Springs. The films are part of the "Short and Curlies: South Africa" series, co-produced…
Timothy Kittleson, who spent 18 years at the American Film Marketing Assn., has been named director of UCLA's Film and Television Archive.
Former Universal Studios Home Video exec Gregg Schoenborn has joined Web-based video-on-demand service Tranz-Send Broadcasting Network to head its ClickMovie.com site as veep, business development.
CBS may not yet have a co-anchor to join Bryant Gumbel on the Eye's new "Early Show," but other components of the soon-to-launch broadcast are starting to fall into place.