An innovative series of shows featuring the music of Johann Sebastian Bach and performances by renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma leads the race this year for the Gemini Awards, Canada's equivalent of the…
Reps for several TV-set manufacturers are meeting in Chicago today to decide how V-chipped sets should handle unrated programming including sports, news and commercials.
Chalk up another vote for the digital videodisc. Fox, the last major studio to withhold acceptance of the open DVD home theater format, has finally jumped on the DVD bandwagon.
Helmer Stanley Kubrick is still shooting "Eyes Wide Shut," sources said, despite a recent article in the New York Times that called it a wrap.
In his first major move since becoming the global chief of BMG Entertainment, Strauss Zelnick has upped Kevin Conroy to senior veep of worldwide marketing.
Lawrence Kasdan's breakthrough pic about a reunion of college friends will be celebrating a reunion of its own on Nov. 6, when Columbia Pictures will re-release the pic for its 15th anniversary.
Action helmer Jan De Bont will venture into the horror genre on a remake of Robert Wise's "The Haunting of Hill House," which he is in talks to direct for DreamWorks.
HBO is introducing a new film and script competition: Martha's Flavor Fest, which will showcase issues and themes relevant to the African-American community, to be held Aug. 19-21 in Martha's…
New Line Cinema has upped Dana Laufer to vice president of national promotions.
Artisan's psychological thriller solved the mystery of the exclusives roster and topped the list for the first time with grosses of $47,707 on three screens in New York and Los Angeles.
Claude Brooks, who most recently starred in and acted as a consultant on the Paramount Network Television comedy series "Hitz" for UPN, has inked a one-year, first-look development deal with the…