In the midst of increasing its output, Village Roadshow Pictures has bolstered its L.A.-based cadre of execs by bringing production maven Michael Lake over from Australia.
Sam L. Grogg has been named dean of the American Film Institute's prestigious Center for Advanced Film and Television Studies, better known as the AFI Conservatory.
As grosses plateau on Miramax's arthouse fare and Harvey Weinstein ventures into the terra incognita of Tina Brown magazines and potential TV shows, the dependable mainstay for the company has become…
Thalia Assuras has been tapped to fill the long-vacant 7-8 a.m. co-anchor position on "This Morning," amid continuing speculation that bigger changes are in the works at the Eye web's third-place…
In a restructuring of its New York office, the William Morris Agency has promoted Michelle Stern and Frank Frattaroli to co-heads of the agency's East Coast motion picture talent department.
A shorter, tighter and "more coherent" 42nd London Film Festival, per topper Adrian Wootton, opens Nov. 5 with the international preem of Miramax's "Little Voice" and closes Nov. 19 with "Bulworth,"…
DreamWorks has bought writer David Scarpa's action pitch "The Castle" for George Clooney and Robert Lawrence's Maysville Pictures. The project, seen as a possible starring vehicle for Clooney…
Closing in on his first feature film, award-winning video director Mark Romanek is set to direct the afterlife thriller "Paradise Falls" for DreamWorks.
For the third consecutive week, "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" was the bestselling album in the nation, going home with nearly 214,000 fans, according to sales data released Wednesday.
Henry Schleiff was named president and CEO of Court TV Tuesday. Prior to joining Court TV, Schleiff was executive VP for Studios USA.
Two weeks after Ksenia Ponomareva resigned as managing director of Russia's Channel 1 ORT (Public Russian Television) following management clashes, Russian President Boris Yeltsin has nominated Igor…