Gita Sargrad Terry has joined NBC Enterprises as its VP of business affairs and will report to the division's exec VP Jerry Petry.
While the earning power of 1999 blockbusters are not even within shouting distance of "Titanic" (which grossed a mammoth $65.3 million overseas in the corresponding week last year), the one-two punch…
After a month of negotiations, Brian De Palma has finally inked his deal to helm "Mission to Mars" for Hollywood Pictures.
Fox Searchlight Pictures has upped creative exec Matt Gannon to the rank of director of production, effectively immediately.
The scribes of "Shakespeare in Love" and "Out of Sight" carried away the top honors in motion picture screenwriting Saturday from the Writers Guild of America.
Public broadcaster ZDF and music channel Viva have announced a partnership on a number of projects for German as well as international television.
The two youngest-skewing networks are both ordering family comedy pilots. The WB has picked up a Touchstone/Imagine TV project from Jill Gordon ("The Wonder Years," "Roseanne") about a single dad and…
John Toll, director of photography on "The Thin Red Line," won the American Society of Cinematographers' Outstanding Achievement Award in a ceremony Sunday.
MPCA co-founder Brad Krevoy has teamed with exhibition veterans Ron Leslie and Peter Fornstam and real estate attorney Richard Lawrence to form Resort Theaters of America, a cinema circuit that will…
Turner Broadcasting has landed the first broadcast window to its sister company New Line's "Blast From the Past," which premiered in theaters last weekend to a respectable $9.16 million.
In another example of broadcasters seeking out new revenue streams, CBS has teamed up with NARAS to sell copies of the latter's "1999 Grammy Nominees" album via direct response TV spots.