IFC Prods., the film finance arm of the Independent Film Channel, has joined Killer Films and Hart Sharp Entertainment as a partner in Kimberly Peirce's indie feature "Take It Like a Man."
Millions won't be watching when the Motion Picture Academy bestows its annual awards for scientific and technical achievement. But while the faces of technological innovators aren't recognizable…
Spooked by 20% devaluation of the Brazilian real, cable operators here are starting to beg their U.S. programming suppliers for relief.
New media producer Rod Pyle has been tapped as prexy of online casting service TEI/CastNet.com.
Rick Feldman, the longtime general manager of Chris Craft's KCOP Los Angeles, will ankle his post at the end of March. The parting was described as amicable.
In the wake of last week's launch of the Discovery Channel on 450 cable systems across Hungary, representatives for Discovery Networks Europe (DNE) are calling this East European expansion just one…
Peter W. Eldredge, former publisher of Newsweek, has joined Boardroom Consultants, a leading consulting firm to CEOs and their boards on director selection and corporate governance issues.
One film that effectively used sound to push buttons in 1998 was Steven Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan," which offered filmgoers the right audio to accompany its shocking visuals.
Carlton Communications has finally consummated its long-awaited acquisition of the ITC library from Universal Studios for $150 million.
Andrew J. Mandell has been tapped as exec VP for Universal Creative, the Universal Studios Recreation Group’s design and development wing. Mandell will be responsible for the division’s global…
Barry Kemp, the creator of "Coach" and "Newhart," and Robin Schiff, the creator of "Almost Perfect" and the screenwriter behind "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion," are developing a half-hour…