The Nortel Palm Springs Film Festival's 1999 lineup comprises 160 films from 44 countries.
German publisher Axel Springer Verlag has purchased a majority stake in Schwartzkopff TV Productions, Germany's leading producer of daily talkshows.
NBC has ordered six hourlong episodes of a remake of 1950s series "You Asked for It" from Nash Entertainment and NBC Studios for midseason.
When, if ever, have opening day grosses in France, Belgium and Singapore mattered to anyone but distribs and exhibs in those distinguished nations?
Alec Baldwin's recent televised rant against House Judiciary Chairman Henry Hyde, R-Ill., has angered members of Congress, and they are calling MPAA prexy Jack Valenti to complain.
Fox has canceled its sitcom "Holding the Baby," while NBC has completed production on the original 13 episodes of Paramount's Nathan Lane comedy "Encore! Encore!" and has decided not to pick up the…
Despite the economic slowdown, plans for two new television channels in Southeast Asia are under way.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. loved "Shakespeare" and "Truman" equally when it announced the nominations for the 1999 Golden Globes Awards this morning at 5:30 am. Miramax's "Shakespeare in Love"…
Burying the hatchet after their recent fallout, Jersey Shore and October Films announced two greenlit features Wednesday that Jersey will produce and October will distribute and market.
Universal Studios Recreation Group has made another move in its challenge to Orlando's Disney World by buying 2,000 acres -- three square miles -- of land in central Florida.