John Hurt, Philip Baker Hall, Elias Koteas, Leslie Stefanson, John Diehl and W. Earl Brown have joined the cast of New Line Cinema's "Lost Souls."
Discovery Networks, Intl. has finally cracked France, practically the last major European market where the Discovery logo hasn't been in evidence.
National Geographic Television said it will launch a specialized programming group to create programming for the National Geographic Channels Worldwide.
When the dust cleared Monday, DreamWorks' "Antz" was still the king (or queen) of the weekend anthill -- and by an even wider margin than originally projected.
Touchstone TV has inked an exclusive overall deal with 19-year-old writer and actress Riley Weston.
The battle of the Canadian exhibitors, already fierce, is heating up.
Showtime's sister network TMC (the Movie Channel) has scheduled "Harlequin's Loving Evangeline," starring Nick Mancuso, Kelly Rowan and Shari Belafonte, as one of its original movies for October.
CBS has tallied another impressive Sunday movie rating with "About Sarah" and now appears headed toward a second-straight weeklong households victory over NBC at the start of the 1998-99 primetime…
Duckworth Publishers, the 100-year-old London literary house, is launching a film development division, Drake Films.
Peter Rainer, film critic for L.A. New Times, has been tapped film critic of New York magazine. Rainer, chairman of the National Society of Film Critics, replaces David Denby, the mag's film critic…
"Felice ... Felice ...," Peter Delpeut's tale of a globetrotting photographer in turn-of-the-century Japan, walked away with a Golden Calf, Holland's version of the Oscar, for best picture at this…