Showtime Networks has tapped Peter Keramidas senior VP of programming and new-media content.
The Screen Actors Guild, bringing out a variety of big guns in its strike against advertisers, staged a protest Tuesday that featured Charlton Heston, David Hyde Pierce, Amy Brenneman, Jack Klugman…
Jon Shear's "Urbania" and Francois Ozon's "Criminal Lovers" were named the top narrative films Sunday by the grand jury of Outfest 2000, the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
National Geographic has inked its first production alliance Down Under with major Australian producer-distrib Southern Star to produce "Next Wave," a 13-part science adventure series.
"X-Men" wowed Australian auds in its international preem and "Mission: Impossible 2" had another socko weekend overseas, but "The Patriot" was less than triumphant in its first foreign engagements.
Trial began Monday in a case that pits film studios against alleged Internet pirates, with the outcome likely to have a major influence on how studios distribute and sell motion pictures. Attorneys…
Preparing for the growing demand for DVDs, especially the next-generation DVD-supporting vidgame consoles from Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft, Technicolor said it plans to significantly increase its…
ABC and NBC returned to the top of the ratings charts among the nets last week, but CBS' "Survivor" continued to rule as the most dominant program. According to Nielsen, the Alphabet was primetime's…
After failing to transform itself into a major sports channel with Champions' League soccer, local weblet TM3 may instead become Germany's first interactive TV and Internet channel. The…
Breck Eisner, who recently helmed the Sci Fi Channel pilot "The Invisible Man," is in final negotiations to make his feature helming debut with the quirky sci-fi thriller "El Phantasma" for USA Films.
The deed is done: Frank's bank is out and Kirk's is in. Aiming to end restrictions on its ability to finance film productions and strike stra-tegic alliances, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has arranged for…