Jimmy Choi, the director of the government-backed Arts Center's film and video department, said he doesn't expect hassles from the newly installed authorities when he showcases "The Gate of Heavenly…
"Seinfeld," the most popular sitcom in America, has just died on German television. Teutonic viewers preferred vintage episodes of "Hogan's Heroes" instead.
A "Hong Kong 1997" baseball cap courtesy of Northwest Airlines. A tote bag from DHL. Kodak film. A commemorative watch from the Hong Kong government.
Harvey Entertainment Co. said Friday it won $700,000 in damages in a suit against a former director, Jeffrey Franklin, and his company ATI Equities.
Five years after two of France's most respected indie producers, MK2 and Lazennec, teamed up to create a joint distribution company MKL, the pair are splitting up.
Scripps Howard Prods. has acquired rights to Tami Hoag's novel "A Thin Dark Line," which is now being developed as a two-hour telefilm at ABC.
Optimistic whispers at Warner Bros. have Stanley Kubrick eyeing Labor Day as the wrap date of "Eyes Wide Shut," the Tom Cruise-Nicole Kidman starrer which might go down as the longest shoot in recent…
The independent British exhibition company Screen Works has emerged as a major new player in the U.K. cinema market with plans to build 15 deluxe multiplexes over the next six years, at a cost of…
Times Square traffic was in a knot for the second time in a week June 19, this time to mark the ascendance of "Cats" as the longest-running Broadway show in history.
A federal judge declined to step in to keep dissident bondholders from taking control of Marvel Entertainment Inc. and the bondholders named new boards at both the comic-book publisher and its Toy…
Producer David Permut and Greenhouse Film Group have acquired rights to Laurence Shames' novel "Sunburn," one of several of the author's works now in development for the screen.