The New Yorker took top honors at the National Magazine Awards Wednesday, receiving prizes for general excellence, fiction and public interest in the 400,000-1 million circulation range.
During the last full week before the May ratings sweep period kicked in, the first sign that there may be a chink in the armor of stalwart off-net performer "Seinfeld" appeared.
German director Tom Tykwer ("Run Lola Run") will direct "Heaven," a Miramax co-production with Germany's X-Filme from a screenplay co-written by the late Polish filmmaker Krzysztof Kieslowski. Cate…
The 27th Annual Gen Art Fest closed Tuesday night with Hilary Bermingham's "What Happened to Tully" nabbing the Cataland/Calypso Audience Award and Matthew Huffman's "Playing Mona Lisa" winning the…
Indie producer Stephanie Zessos and documentarian Conor McCourt have optioned the New York Times bestseller "A Monk Swimming," the memoir from Malachy McCourt, Conor's father.
In celebration of its 25th birthday this year, the Toronto Intl. Film Festival is organizing a series of special activities and retrospectives.
Fine Line Features, the specialty arm of New Line Cinema, is establishing a London-based sales office that will focus solely on negotiating foreign-rights deals for Fine Line pics, the company said.
Shubert chairman Gerald Schoenfeld confirmed that the theater organization has commissioned a new play to inaugurate its West 42nd Street theater, scheduled to open in winter 2001.
Leaders of the old media world squared off with their Internet rivals at Manhattan's Museum of Modern Art on Wednesday as part of a media summit sponsored by New York Magazine and the Industry…
New Netcaster Eveo has tapped former music marketing exec Kimberly Knoller veep of its music arm.
Munich-based financier MBP has committed $25 million to fully finance John Henderson's "Ogopogo," a family drama produced by Barryfilms in association with Jim Henson's Creature Shop.