Montreal-based Telescene and Finnish producer Mandart Entertainment have begun lensing the Michael Ironside starrer "Going to Kansas City," Telescene officials have announced.
The Film Information Council has voted its excellence in film marketing award for June to Paramount's "Face/Off" and TriStar Pictures' "My Best Friend's Wedding."
Miramax Films has entered into a first-look deal with "Shall We Dance?" helmer Masayuki Suo, producer Shoji Masui and Altamira Pictures.
After the House voted 10 days ago to lower the guillotine on the National Endowment for the Arts, a Senate subcommittee voted Friday to restore the arts agency's $100 million budget.
While Denzel Washington is in New York starring for Spike Lee in "He Got Game," the Oscar-winning thesp is being courted for two high-profile pics.
Warner Music Group has given Seymour Stein the greenlight to make Sire Records a fourth major group within the conglom, on par with its already established Atlantic, Elektra and Warner Records label…
Bertelsmann Music Group posted record revenue of $4.4 billion for the fiscal year 1996-97, which included record profits in both its international and domestic operations.
In a wide-ranging state-of-the-biz session with reporters Sunday, studio TV chieftains sounded the alarm on rising costs for inexperienced talent.
"Be afraid, be very afraid" is how NBC Entertainment president Warren Littlefield summed up the network's position on the new TV content rating system, which the Peacock web alone has refused to…
Less glitz, more art, a raft of U.S. indies and an almost total dearth of big U.S. studio releases marks the lineup of the 54th Venice Intl. Film Festival (Aug. 27-Sept. 6), which was announced July…
Fox Broadcasting Co. today is expected to name Gary Hoffman senior VP of made-for-TV movies and miniseries, a post he held at Fox once before from 1993 to 1995.