There was music in the air at the official kickoff of the Toronto Intl. Film Festival Thursday night, as the 23rd edition of the event made its bow with the North American preem of Francois Girard's…
French Culture Minister Catherine Trautmann has said she is resolutely opposed to the idea of privatizing France's main pubcaster, France 2.
Facing an invasion by U.S. and Oz multiplexes, Argentina's oldest and largest domestic cinema chain, Coll-Saragusti-SAC, is selling out.
Fox's "Brimstone," from Warner Bros. TV, has finally found a couple of show runners to replace recently departed exec producer Michael Chernuchin.
The U.S. premiere of Roberto Benigni's "Life is Beautiful" ("La Vita e Bella") kicks off the American Film Institute's Los Angeles International Film Festival, which runs Oct. 22-31.
After victories in both the House and the Senate, the entertainment industries are now worried that Congress may end the current legislative session without giving the necessary final approval to two…
The buyer of Polygram Filmed Entertainment will need to inject $400 million into the film studio in 1999, and at least another $120 million in 2000, to maintain PFE's current business plan, according…
Sony Pictures Releasing's "Stepmom" will get its industry premiere at the ShowEast exhibitors convention in Atlantic City this October.
Two months after taking up with its new sugar daddy, Cablevision Systems, the Broadway musical "The Scarlet Pimpernel" is getting a nose job and a fanny tuck, and hiring itself some new help.
Carlton Communications is negotiating to buy Arsenal soccer club for a reported $459 million, hot on the heels of Rupert Murdoch's agreeing to buy Manchester United soccer club for $1.04 billion…
Danny Aiello, Cathy Moriarty, Paul Sorvino and young newcomer Frankie have joined Kathleen Turner in the cast of Seagal/Nasso Prods.' family pic "Prince of Central Park," which recently started…