IFC Prods., the film finance arm of the Independent Film Channel, has joined Killer Films and Hart Sharp Entertainment as a partner in Kimberly Peirce's indie feature "Take It Like a Man."
Millions won't be watching when the Motion Picture Academy bestows its annual awards for scientific and technical achievement. But while the faces of technological innovators aren't recognizable…
Spooked by 20% devaluation of the Brazilian real, cable operators here are starting to beg their U.S. programming suppliers for relief.
Sony Online Entertainment and 989 Studios, a division of Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc., on Monday, said they will launch RedEye Interactive to develop interactive games for the studio's…
Miramax's "Life Is Beautiful" moved back to the top of the exclusives roster as 20th Century Fox's "The Thin Red Line" went wide.
Planning to move into the homevideo and theatrical arenas, the fast-growing Itsy Bitsy Entertainment Co. has hired former Disney exec Robert Kanner as head of acquisitions and development.
In the two months since News Corp. sold a 19% stake in Fox Entertainment Group to the public in a $2.8 billion initial public offering, the stock prices of its four rivals -- Time Warner, Walt Disney…
Citing financial-market volatility, Hearst-Argyle Television and Pulitzer Publishing Co. amended their previously announced merger agreement Monday, nailing down a fixed number of Hearst-Argyle…
Film and TV production in Ontario contributed a record $C743.2 million ($486.1 million) to the provincial economy in 1998, according to data collected by the Ontario Film Development Corp.
Only partly relieving the tedium of a generally mundane month at cinemas overseas, "Rush Hour" had a smash debut Down Under last weekend, while "Meet Joe Black" clicked in Germany (but was less…