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…
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.
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…
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.
New Netcaster Eveo has tapped former music marketing exec Kimberly Knoller veep of its music arm.
Two prominent senators introduced a bill Tuesday that would ban "video games, video programs, movies and music" (but not television) unless the industries agreed to implement a one-size-fits-all…
Despite interest in Elian Gonzalez, cable news nets faltered in April. Nielsen numbers show that compared with last April, total-day ratings for CNN dropped 43%, while MSNBC was down 40% and Fox News…
Allen Daviau has been named cinematographer in residence at UCLA's School of Theater Film and Television.
The Monday night ratings success enjoyed by "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" must have been written in the stars.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has signed its first contract with cable network Comedy Central in a four-year deal.