Lifetime has signed Kirsten Dunst ("Little Women," "Interview With the Vampire") to star in an original movie, "Fifteen and Pregnant: A Nice Girl's Story."
The old Hollywood scenario of a bunch of talented kids pooling resources to put on a show seems to have infected the festival scene.
Responding to a perceived need to unify its sprawling film holdings, Polygram unveiled Friday a new logo for its Polygram Filmed Entertainment division that will be used for all PFE units, save…
Dallas investment firm Hicks, Muse Tate & Furst is set to announce the $2 billion acquisition of radio company SFX Broadcasting this week, according to weekend newspaper reports, in a deal that would…
Peter Stormare, the Swedish sidekick to Steve Buscemi in "Fargo," has inked to join Buscemi and Bruce Willis in "Armageddon" for Touchstone Pictures, sources said Friday.
Adding another block to the foundation of its nascent TV division, Polygram TV has tapped Saban Entertainment veteran Mark Lieber to spearhead the company's push into the worldwide kidvid arena.
"Colonel Chabert" helmer Yves Angelo's highly anticipated "An Air So Pure" (Un Air Si Pur) kicked off this year's Montreal World Film Festival Friday night.
Bergen Film, the Dutch theatrical, film and TV production company that helped back Marleen Gorris' Oscar-winning "Antonia's Line," has gone bankrupt.
Helena Bonham Carter will be honored at the 13th annual Boston Film Festival with the showing of her latest film, "Wings of the Dove."
France has become the latest European territory to open its doors to children's channel Fox Kids Network, following in the footsteps of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
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