The American Film Market wrapped March 4 with conflicting signals from both sellers and buyers about the worth of the 14th edition of the trade bazaar.
And now, back to our regularly scheduled programs ... With the Winter Olympics finally over, the network schedule returned to seminormal, though some sweeps stunts remained.
With New York blasted by 15 winter storms and counting since December, no one's surprised that business on Broadway has been about as bad as it gets. Raising eyebrows, though, is the tenacity of the…
The collapse of a fledgling theatrical presenting company in Beantown has left the Boston and Philadelphia runs of "Crazy for You" without a local presenter. Nevertheless, the runs will take place…
In a marketplace fraught with insecurity until the cash is in the bank, it seems that the Carnegie Film Group has contributed mightily to the skittishness at this year's American Film Market.
If you want to glimpse forlorn faces, take a look at the Hollywood banquet circuit these days. Charities that used to pack the ballrooms are papering the house. Studios, networks and their assorted…
French pay TV giant Canal Plus strengthened its alliance with Germany's powerful Bertelsmann group by announcing plans to develop joint pay TV technology in Europe.
Entertainment Data Inc. has helped shape the way industry executives conduct business. Founded in 1976 by Marcy Polier, EDI is the motion picture industry's sole source for instant box office data…
"Jurassic Park" made millions of dollars for director Steven Spielberg, but in Europe it's "Schindler's List" which is making him friends.
Six weeks after studio head Mike Medavoy resigned from TriStar Pictures, execs keep on shuffling at both TriStar and its sister studio, Columbia Pictures.
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