Former DreamWorks Intl. marketing head Gerry Lewis will be the recipient of the Cinema Expo's Intl. Achievement in Marketing nod June 29, during the Amsterdam-based confab.
Get updates throughout the day in our Cannes 2000 special report. CANNES — Momentum Pictures, the newly renamed U.K. distribution joint venture between Alliance Atlantis and Kinowelt, has picked up…
Rupert Murdoch's Australian cabler Foxtel and public telco Telstra lost another round in their battle with anti-trust regulators on Monday when the federal court upheld the validity of an Australian…
Veteran exec Abby Wolf has been named president of Universal-based Marc Platt Prods.
Nickelodeon Movies has acquired the feature film rights to popular children's book series "A Series of Unfortunate Events." Books are penned by Lemony Snicket, aka Daniel Hadler, and published by…
Killer Films is living up to its in-your-face name. Christine Vachon and Pam Koffler's Gotham-based indie production unit has 10 full-length features either in development or production.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed a $5.4 million jury verdict against Michael Bolton for infringing the Isley Brothers' 1964 song "Love Is a Wonderful Thing."
In a surprise opening move, Miramax Films has picked up North American rights to Roland Joffe's $37 million "Vatel," which opened Cannes. Referring to the pic as "an example of the finest in…
Arturo Sardaneta, CEO of satcaster Galaxy Latam's Mexico operation, has resigned after less than a year, effective immediately.
Guy Pearce has signed to join Jim Caviezel in the Spyglass Entertainment/Walt Disney Pictures update of "The Count of Monte Cristo."
The Alphabet net posted easy ratings victories for the May 1-7 frame, behind a Drew Carey-heavy week that featured the star in six hours of the net's programming -- that's even an hour more than…