European film distributors and TV acquisition execs will gather in Paris on Friday for the second edition of the four-day European Rendez-vous of French Cinema.
On the cusp of the 2000 NATPE market in the Big Easy, syndicators of some of the most anticipated shows to enter the confab have nailed key clearances as execs scramble to fill the precious few holes…
A&E's Monday premiere of "The Crossing," starring Jeff Daniels, scored a 5.6 cable universe rating (averaging 4.2 million households), making it the most-watched movie in the net's history.
Tuesday is once again an ABC night. Thanks to the continuing smash success of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and the return of "NYPD Blue," ABC reasserted its control of a night it had mostly…
IFilm said Wednesday it has acquired entertainment industry directory house Lone Eagle Publishing, giving the Netcaster a much-needed revenue stream outside of online advertising.
Jim Carrey, Golden Globe nominee for best actor in a comedy with his perf in "Man on the Moon," was crowned ShoWest's male star of the year Wednesday.
Pegasus Communications, a direct broadcast satellite and TV broadcast group, said Tuesday that it has agreed to buy privately held Golden Sky Holdings for $1 billion in stock and assumed debt.
Visit Variety.com's Academy Central From a mouse to a mummy, James Bond to Jim West, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Wednesday tapped the seven pics that will face off Feb. 9 in an…
Warner Home Video said Wednesday it is promoting several key executives and realigning its divisions in a major global move attributed to the success of DVD.
If the small musical seems to be a contradiction in terms, several producers who do not have the $15 million bankroll of Disney (read "Aida") are willing to bet otherwise.
Sixty-five independent producers will converge with buyers, sales agents and financiers from around the world in San Francisco today to kick off the seventh annual Intl. Film Financing Conference.
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