In one of the largest donations in its 57-year history, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. on Wednesday presented Martin Scorsese's preservation org the Film Foundation with $200,000.
The BBC has unveiled details of its millennium plans, the key event to be a live 27-hour TV marathon beginning New Year's Eve and co-produced with 58 other broadcasters around the world.
Buena Vista Intl. is in final negotiations to finance and distribute its first-ever Brazilian film, romantic comedy "1972."
Rupert Murdoch has thrown ONdigital into disarray by poaching Stephen Grabiner, the company's chief exec, to head up eVentures, News Corp.'s new co-project with Japanese Internet investor Softbank.
The syndicated television business found itself on the defensive Wednesday as reporters at Synditel '99 asked actors about the charges made by NAACP national prexy Kweisi Mfume about the lack of…
Miramax Films has reshuffled the ranks of its acquisitions department with the appointment of Howard Kohn to director of acquisitions and Matt Brodlie upped to veepee.
In the wake of DreamWorks' decision not to build a studio at Playa Vista, two Los Angeles City Council members are determined to help the studio move to North Hollywood.
A South Jakarta District Court ruled Tuesday that Indonesian courts are not the appropriate forum to decide the dispute between pay TV service Indovision and Star TV.
Yvette Taylor has been upped to exec VP at Bette Midler and Bonnie Bruckheimer's All Girl Prods.
Division 1 Entertainment has acquired the rights to author Jay Neugeboren's memoir, "Imagining Robert," about his family's battle with one son's mental illness.
Kenneth Branagh and Robin Wright Penn have inked to star in the indie comedy "How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog" under the helm of writer-director Michael Kalesniko.