Next Wave Films, a unit of the Independent Film Channel, has established a production arm to finance and produce digital video features for wide release.
CBS is scouting locations for its morning show, looking at such sites as the GM Building on Fifth Avenue and 59th Street and the Wanamaker Building in Soho.
The Public Broadcasting Service will launch PBS Kids Channel, its first digital broadcast channel, PBS prexy Ervin Duggan announced at the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena.
Hot off the critically acclaimed "Elizabeth," Indian director Shekhar Kapur has made a deal with Warner Bros. and Bel Air Entertainment to make "Steinbeck's Point of View" his next directing…
Wallace Langham ("The Larry Sanders Show," "Veronica's Closet") and Scott Menville ("The Wonder Years") have been tapped to star in Castle Rock's upcoming animated series for the WB, "The…
Lawyers on Friday gave final arguments in Dustin Hoffman's lawsuit against Los Angeles magazine over its unauthorized use of his image, taken from a poster for the movie "Tootsie."
UCLA's Film and Television Archive will screen two films, the Academy Award-nominated "Colors Straight Up" as well as "John Henrik Clarke: A Great and Mighty Walk," as part of the school's…
Paramount and MTV Films' high school football comedy "Varsity Blues" broke through a crowded field to lead the league with a projected $14.3 million for the first three days of the four-day Martin…
Oscar dark horse "Shakespeare in Love" will vie for a Golden Bear in competition at the Berlin Intl. Film Fest running Feb. 10-21, distrib UIP confirmed.
For the 22nd consecutive year, Michael B. Seligman will be associate producer for the Academy Awards telecast. Seligman’s credits as a supervising producer include “Christopher Reeve: A Celebration…