Columbia Pictures has acquired the college thriller "I Would Die for You" from first-time scribes Markus Redmond and Ivy Williams.
Gotham-based telco WinStar Communications announced plans Monday to invest $50 million in Wam!net, a business-to-business Internet-protocol network specializing in high-speed production services.
German media giant the Kirch Group confirmed Monday that talks are under way with Saudi investor Prince Al Waalid to take a stake in Kirch Pay TV. This week's issue of news mag Der Spiegel reported…
For the indies, 1999 held a mixed bag of surprises. Despite "The Blair Witch Project's" astonishing $142 million domestic gross, the year was actually crunch time: overall independent film box office…
Dennis Davidson's DDA recently slashed its staff, but DDA MediaTek, the 2-year-old corporate consulting and media relations affiliate specializing in new technology, is expanding while allying itself…
Jane Horrocks ("Little Voice"), Catherine McCormack and Ian Hart are set to star in "Born Romantic," the second feature by writer-director David Kane.
Finally some good news for less-than-critically-praised pics such as "Body Shots," "Baby Geniuses" and "Lake Placid": They're among the 244 releases in 1999 deemed eligible for the best picture Oscar.
A rare example of a Spanish horror flick, 30 year-old Catalan Jaume Balaguero’s debut feature “Los sin Nombre” (The Nameless) is thrilling the chill industry. A fistful of awards at Spain’s Sitges…
NBC looks to be tightening its grip on Fridays, thanks to the successful arrival of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," while CBS shows promise of modest Saturday strides with OK premiere numbers…
In an attempt to establish a new franchise character, Columbia Pictures has made an outright buy north of $1 million for the upcoming Nelson DeMille novel "The Lion's Game."
While local films stole much of the thunder in France, Italy and Spain, several American films reached or neared significant milestones at the overseas box office.
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