Engineering Animation Inc. may be based in the sleepy university town of Ames, Iowa, but its main address and generic name haven't prevented it from becoming, as of Thursday, one of the biggest…
Shandwick Convergence, a new division handling technology companies, has been announced by Rogers & Cowan parent company Shandwick Intl. The move confirms a trend among praiseries to broaden their PR…
Martin Roth Prods. and Mustang Films have offices in the same building but are otherwise unaffiliated, contrary to what was reported in an Oct. 20 story on the Hollywood Film Festival.
Just in time for Halloween, the Barrys went batty for a new novel about giant bats, with Barry Sonnenfeld and Barry Josephson making a preemptive deal at Touchstone for "Vespers," a 15-page treatment…
E! Entertainment Television and Sony Electronics have teamed up to introduce consumers to the breaking DVD technology by promoting a sweepstakes that will give away some of this cutting-edge hardware…
Satcasters told Congress Thursday that their efforts to offer viable competition in the video marketplace are being stymied by cablers who are trying to corner the market on valuable sports…
After eight days of poring over contract legalities and sorting out issues stemming from Rich Cronin's vituperative ouster last week from MTV Networks, Fox was finally able on Thursday to confirm its…
Nickelodeon has shoehorned all of its film and TV production into one unit and promoted Albie Hecht to run it.
Step aside "E.T.," Japan's top movie of all time is now the animated feature "The Phantom Princess" (Mononoke Hime).
The cable industry's failure to put a lid on rising subscriber fees has Congress wondering whether it should take another shot at regulating rates.
"Cost of Living," the story of a female con artist who gets stuck in a small town, received the Studio Award Thursday evening at the 11th American Film Institute Intl. Film Fest.