Alliance Atlantis Communications posted only a modest gain in revenue and a small dip in earnings for the first full quarter reflecting the merged operations of Alliance and Atlantis.
Tony Award-winning theater director Jose Quintero, whose landmark productions of Eugene O'Neill dramas renewed interest in one of America's greatest playwrights, died Friday of cancer at Sloan…
Brad Krevoy and the Motion Picture Corp. of America have acquired Charlie Peters' comedy spec script "Bass Hole" for a six-figure advance against a potential $1 million payday if the film gets made.
In a deal that's creating a Broadway theater domino effect, Disney Theatricals is planning to bring Elton John and Tim Rice's "Elaborate Lives: The Legend of Aida," to the Nederlander-owned Palace…
In their first collaboration, Twentieth Century Fox has picked up distribution rights to all English-language territories as well as South America for "The Dancer," an upcoming film produced by Luc…
Stagehands, wardrobe people and others on the New York shows "Cabaret" and "Villa Villa" are working under new contracts negotiated by the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.
Radu Mihaleanu's WWII tragicomedy "Train of Life" took the audience award at the 16th Miami Film Festival, in what was a record year for fest attendance and B.O.
Standard & Poor's raised its debt ratings Monday on two properties slated for capital infusions from major cabler Adelphia Communications Corp.
DreamWorks has picked up an untitled comedy pitch by writers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi that will be developed as a starring vehicle for "Rush Hour" star Jackie Chan.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences will fete the winners of its 1998 College Television Awards with a black-tie presentation ceremony March 7 at the Century Plaza Hotel.
NBC's "Alice in Wonderland'' has chopped off any realistic chance the February sweeps competition had of overpowering the Peacock in adults 18-49, but "Alice'' wasn't strong enough to knock CBS out…