Warner Bros.-based Bel Air has paid $400,000 against $1 million for the rights to the hotly contested "Junk," an animated musical about a junkyard of old car parts that come to life.
There are plenty of film schools, and a growing number of schools that have film-scoring programs. The problem is that most of the time, the filmmakers learn about filmmaking and the composers learn…
Jim Samples has been named senior veep and general manager of the Spanish-lingo versions of Turner's TNT and Cartoon Network, two of the most popular cablers in Latin America.
The William Morris Agency has tapped Jeffrey W. Schneider as director of public relations.
Former Sony Corp. of America CEO Michael Schulhof's attempts to carve out a new career for himself in the Internet world have led to a vicious dispute with European Internet startup World Online…
NBC isn't the only network yanking its Wednesday comedy block for the February sweeps.
Slamdance -- the little festival that could -- has survived the slings and arrows of Robert Redford's criticism, its image as a halfway house for Sundance rejects and an odyssey that began as a…
Satcasters told a federal court here Thursday that the Copyright Office erred when it hiked royalty fees paid to broadcasters, studios and sports leagues by more than 300% and urged the three-judge…
In an unusually structured deal, MGM's international TV arm has inked a multiyear, multimillion-dollar licensing deal for its movies with Britain's two commercial networks, ITV and Channel Four…
There are three common misconceptions among filmmakers about the Sundance Film Festival's curatorial process: that the programs are decided unilaterally by fest director Geoff Gilmore; that films are…
Hollywood praisery PMK is in acquisition talks with major Madison Avenue agency McCann-Erickson.