French pay television Canal Plus has filed suit in the French courts against Arnon Milchan's Swiss-based holding company Monarchy Enterprises.
Indie writer-helmer Michael Hacker has closed two deals for feature projects at Cannes. Hacker made his directorial debut with "The Destiny of Marty Fine," which won the second jury prize at the 1996…
The Broadway revival of "Once Upon a Mattress" has become the second production to post a closing notice in the wake of the Tony Award nominations.
Cable's Game Show Network, which has been a colossal bust since launching in early '95, has struck a deal with cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. for carriage beginning in early summer.
Fox Searchlight Pictures, garnering a decent buzz for its competition entry "The Ice Storm," has hooked North American rights to Stefan Schwartz's "Shooting Fish" from Winchester Films, the arthouse…
Dutch independent TV producers are demanding new and hefty quotas be levied on the state broadcasting system in order to save their own industry.
Livent Inc., the Toronto-based live theater producer, earned more profit on less revenue in the first quarter.
Carsey-Werner Co. has upped Bret Sarnoff to senior VP of the production company. In his new post, Sarnoff will continue to oversee all corporate and production accounting activities as well as manage…
Kathy Greenberg has moved from Sony-based Jim Henson Pictures to Working Title, stepping into the positions once filled by Anna DeRoy and Rebecca Hughes.
All American Communications Inc. enjoyed a big first quarter of the year, posting a 41% revenue increase over a year ago to $67.6 million. Its 1996 count for the same period was $48.1 million.
Domestic Film DAILY
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Frozen2Daily: $2.5M Cumulative: $98.9M Disney -0.16%
Homefront3Daily: $701,370 Cumulative: $10.9M Open Road 39.42%