"August 32nd on Earth," the first feature from Montreal writer-director Denis Villeneuve, has been picked as Canada's official selection for consideration in the best foreign-language film category…
France's "The Dreamlife of Angels" leads the pack with three nominations in this year's European Film Awards. Five other features came in with two each.
The cable and consumer electronics industries have worked out their differences over technical standards that will allow set-top boxes to communicate with digital televisions.
Sean Connery is reportedly spearheading plans to set up a film studio with Sony Pictures in Edinburgh, Scotland, a deal worth about $100 million.
Hartford Stage's new artistic director Michael Wilson is bringing back his production of "A Streetcar Named Desire" for an encore run at the end of the 1998-99 season, Wilson's first.
Tele-Communications Inc. said Monday that Leo Hindery, TCI president and chairman of its TCI Communications cable arm, has added president and CEO titles to his TCIC responsibilities.
Placido Domingo, the one member of the Three Tenors with a long association with Los Angeles, will accept the stewardship of the L.A. Opera beginning in July 2000 following the retirement of general…
New Line's "Living Out Loud" moved to the top of the exclusives roster in its first outing.
ABC officials reacted swiftly to the surprise 24-hour strike by roughly 2,000 NABET workers across the country Monday, saying they would lock out the employees until the union assures the net that…
The 26th annual Intl. Emmy Award nominees were unveiled Monday by Kay Koplovitz, president of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
In the big Sunday showdown between Oprah Winfrey's ''David & Lisa,'' Fox's ''The Lost World: Jurassic Park'' and CBS' Chuck Norris action pic, viewers were unable to resist NBC's ''The Temptations.''