ZM Prods., the film and television production company headed by film school pals George Zaloom and Les Mayfield, is taking down its shingle after 16 years in business, following what the partners…
Makers of documentary films must submit entry forms and supporting documents to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences by Oct. 1 if they want to be considered for Oscars next March.
Universal Television & Networks Group has tapped Karin Timpone VP of communications.
Mexico City's top art museum is the latest victim in Televisa's ongoing, drastic cost-cutting drive.
After months of prerelease controversy scorn and industry speculation Divx, the pay-per-view cousin of DVD, has quietly made its way onto store shelves.
In the current political climate, this could be called good timing.
Former Nickelodeon Movies exec Alan Dinwiddie will become senior vice president of worldwide marketing at the Columbia Motion Picture Group.
Twentieth Century Fox TV has inked a three-year overall deal with "Family Guy" supervising producer Gary Janetti.
Building on the success of its annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Film Festival, Queer Screen is staging QueerDoc, the world's first dedicated gay and lesbian documentary festival from Oct…
Columbia TriStar and NBC will announce today that "Days of Our Lives" will be staying at the Peacock for many days to come, barring any last-minute snags.