With his latest feature, "Enemy of the State," nearing release, Tony Scott is closing in on his next directorial outing: The helmer is in negotiations to direct Fox 2000's "Josiah's Canon" for…
The 25th annual People's Choice Awards is making the leap to the Internet, allowing netizens for the first time to choose the final winners in the film, TV and music categories.
Gunner Camera & Lighting on Tuesday reached an agreement to purchase Hollywood-based Birns & Sawyer, a privately owned equipment rental and sales facility for over 35 years.
ABC led the networks with most wins at the 14th annual Shine Awards last week at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
Rupert Murdoch has no intention of retiring anytime soon and does not think his children are yet ready to manage the News Corp. empire themselves.
Gramercy's lavish costumer "Elizabeth" ascended to the throne of the exclusives roster in its first weekend.
Raam Punjabi, widely acknowledged as the king of local drama and sitcom production in Indonesia, has hired Banque Paribas of Hong Kong to find a strategic partner for his Parkit Films/Multivision…
Film Roman has tapped Mark Lieber as prexy of domestic television and distribution.
The Mark Taper Forum will hold a series of workshops and readings as part of its 11th annual program on play development.
Michael L. Campbell, prexy and CEO of Regal Cinemas, will receive the 1999 Robert W. Selig ShoWester Award on March 9 at Bally's hotel and casino in Las Vegas.