There is no surer sign that David E. Kelley has seized the crown as the TV production community's undisputed king than the fact that many pilots and series are now described as being made in the…
French paybox Canal Plus has been found guilty of abusing its dominant position, according to a French appeals court.
Filmmaker Mark Illsley, whose "Happy, Texas" caused a bidding war at this year's Sundance Film Festival, is in talks to direct Paramount's "Male Pattern Baldness."
The cinematographers' local has set up a strike fund of several million dollars to prepare for what it predicts will be "difficult and contentious" negotiations between parent union IATSE and…
Icon Film Distribution, the British releasing arm of Mel Gibson and Bruce Davey's Icon Prods., has acquired U.K. rights to "Thomas and the Magic Railroad" from Destination Films.
Incensed by a letter from an attorney representing Miramax, the Catholic League wants to rap the knuckles of Bob and Harvey Weinstein over Kevin Smith's comedy "Dogma."
Showtime likes to tout itself as the network with "No Limits." This year, the pay cabler is hoping their motto extends to its potential for Emmy noms.
Planeta, the biggest publishing company in the Spanish-speaking world, has launched a film and TV division to power its drive into broadcasting, film production, rights brokering and niche TV channel…
Demonstrating a newfound commitment to the beefcake action genre, Dimension Films has bought Stephen Hunter's upcoming novel "Medal of Honor" for Brillstein-Grey Entertainment to produce.
Producer Joel Silver has named Susan Levin vice president of production for his Warner Bros.-based company, Silver Pictures.