With production set to begin at the end of the summer, Carl Franklin has dropped out of helming "Brokedown Palace" for Fox 2000.
CLT-UFA Intl., Gaumont Television and Village Roadshow Pictures have teamed with South Pacific Pictures to produce "Tales of the South Seas," a one-hour action-adventure series based on Jack London's…
Miramax Intl. has promoted Cedric Jeanson to senior vice president of distribution from veepee of sales.
TV personality Leeza Gibbons has filed an $8 million lawsuit against her former attorney for allegedly giving her advice that led to her being banned from doing infomercials.
In preparation for the August election of officers, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' officer nominating committee has chosen Meryl C. Marshall for president, Nancy Bradley Wiard for VP…
Despite its prodigious growth in recent years, U.S. gay cinema --- discounting such mainstream studio efforts as "The Birdcage" and "Philadelphia" --- has yet to break out of very specific niche…
ProSieben Media, the first German television group to go public, announced on Monday that it will sell its shares at a rate of between 66 and 72 marks ($38.37 - $41.64).
In its second year, the Geffen Playhouse announced Monday that it will bring Frank Langella, Debbie Allen, the avant garde legit troupe Mabou Mines and two West Coast preems to Westwood auds.
Dana Walden has been upped to senior vice president of drama at 20th Century Fox TV on the heels of the studio's best drama development season in recent years.
After a long and heated battle for control of Germany's digital pay TV market, Leo Kirch and Bertelsmann have agreed to become equal partners in pay TV channel Premiere.
Universal Studios has laid off between 40 and 60 of its employees in its information technical support division.