It may not garner any Oscars, but "Swing Blade," the latest underground video making the Hollywood rounds, has got the industry buzzing with belly laughs over three rookie filmmakers.
NYU student Mark Millhone walked away with the Gold Medal Award in the dramatic category for his film "Christmas in New York," at the 24th Annual Student Academy Awards Sunday night .
Universal Pictures is making "Little House on the Prairie" into a feature film. The studio acquired the rights to the nine "Little House" children books by author Laura Ingalls Wilder for a feature…
HBO has become the first cable network to announce that it will deliver a high-definition-television feed of its network, possibly as early as the summer of 1998.
The Primetime Emmy Awards have become very much like the weather. You know, lots of complaints about the nominating procedure, the categorizing, eligibility issues, all of that stuff, and nobody…
Fox Broadcasting Co. has entered into a production and development deal with "Laugh-In" creator and executive producer George Schlatter, who will produce a series of comedy specials for the network.
Federal regulators will take a close look at the combination of the News Corp./MCI assets and Primestar, focusing on the ability of the new company to suppress competition in the DBS marketplace.
Former CBS prexy Peter Lund's a golf fan, but team owners are hoping he'll trade in his clubs for a baseball cap.
Granada, the British media and leisure group, reported a 33% rise in pre-tax profits to £243 million ($389 million) for the six months to March, buoyed by its acquisition of the Forte hotel chain.
The U.K.'s new Labor government has invited a dozen of the most savvy figures in the British film industry to devise a set of pragmatic policies to boost British cinema.
Weekend estimates have become one of the studio's greatest marketing tools.