Norman Jewison remembers exactly where he was when it happened. But then, it's not the kind of thing you easily forget.
"Party of Five" staff writer Julia Dahl is switching gears and coasts, taking her newest play, "Wonderland," to Off Broadway at the American Place Theater.
Intertainment AG has signed a $125 million deal with Franchise Pictures for exclusive Euro marketing rights for future U.S. pics.
Fresh from garnering four Grammys, Celine Dion took this year's Juno awards by storm, nabbing five.
If you're craving to have the biggest, most star-saturated, most expensive Oscar party of 1999, then be prepared to spend more than $827,713.
Animator Phil Roman has formed a new company in the wake of his exit last month from Film Roman, the animation shop he founded in 1984.
More than 2,500 employees of NBC have accepted a new contract with the net, according to their union, the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians.
Australia's contentious media ownership regulations, which for years have been the subject of bitter dissent among Kerry Packer, Rupert Murdoch, Kerry Stokes and Izzy Asper, are again being reviewed.
At the fifth annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, plenty of buzz centered on the fest's first film showcase. Earning high praise were "Go," from "Swingers" director Doug Liman; the car salesman saga…
Whether 300 million people watch worldwide or 400 million tune in, whether Aerosmith performs live or doesn't, whether this year's show runs longer than ever or shorter, one thing is for certain…
In an effort to head off Congressional interference, broadcasters late last week reopened negotiations with satcasters over the rights to distribute network signals in urban and suburban areas.