Last year's shareholder battle for control of Western Intl. Communications continues to take its toll as the company reported its nine-month operating results Wednesday.
A deal for "Spinning Into Butter," a new and controversial play about race relations by Rebecca Gilman, seems to be in the offing at Lincoln Center Theater.
After keeping the undercover drama "Falcone" off his fall schedule because of concerns over violence after the Columbine High School shooting, CBS president and CEO Les Moonves has designated the…
In Washington on Wednesday, three members of the House Ways & Means Committee introduced an amendment that would provide film and TV companies shooting in the U.S. with a 20% tax credit on wages, but…
AT&T CEO Michael Armstrong used his appearance in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday to assure members of Congress that his company is not planning to use the Internet to recreate its…
Dan Cox has joined Broder, Kurland, Webb, Uffner agency as an agent in the firm’s feature lit department. Cox spent the past six years covering the film industry for Variety and Daily Variety, most…
New Line's "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" -- along with cablers and its magazine publishing arm -- helped Time Warner Inc. post a shagadelic June quarter, the media conglom said Wednesday.
The Sundance Institute has announced the eight projects selected for the second annual Native Screenwriting Workshop, to take place Sunday through July 25.
A year after the American Film Institute sparked heated cocktail party debates with its list of the 100 best American films, Landmark Theatres is compiling a similar tally of the most popular…
Bel Air Entertainment will play for time with "Two Clocks Running," a high-concept thriller written by Robert Franke that the Warner Bros.-based company has snapped up for $500,000 against $1 million.