Trimark Pictures has acquired U.S. distribution rights in all media to three films, including Abel Ferrara's "The Blackout," starring Matthew Modine, Dennis Hopper, Beatrice Dalle ("Betty Blue") and…
Jonathan Frakes' Goepp Circle Prods. has inked a two-year, first-look arrangement with Paramount Pictures, under which the actor-helmer will develop and direct an unspecified number of feature films.
Fox Broadcasting Company's senior vice president of longform programming Trevor Watson is negotiating his exit from the network, sources say.
In a further effort to crack the Brazilian market, telenovela distribbery Venevision Intl. has inked a deal with sales rep firm Unimark/Longo.
Fox Kids Network has named Nancy McIsaac Redford to the new post of associate VP-programming and public affairs.
Sid Sheinberg and Universal Pictures confirmed Tuesday that they have parted ways, ending their exclusive arrangement (Daily Variety, June 10).
Investors' newfound enthusiasm for cable spilled over into the broader entertainment sector Tuesday in a rally encompassing all four major conglomerates, cablers and even broadcasters.
Time magazine and CBS News today will unveil a broad multiyear partnership to produce programming related to the coming millennium.
HBO Enterprises has lined up three foreign co-production partners for its 13-hour docudrama "From the Earth to the Moon": France's Canal Plus, Germany's CLT/ufa and Spain's Sogecable.
"The Long Way Home," a Holocaust documentary produced by Moriah Films, will open a United Nations symposium "Property and Restitution: A Moral Responsibility to History."
American-born Italian film director Peter Del Monte will be artistic supervisor on a series of six films for TV by young filmmakers for leading Italian commercial TV player Mediaset.