Longtime Boneau/Bryan-Brown staffers John Barlow and Michael Hartman are leaving Broadway's largest and most powerful public relations house to hang their own shingle.
Sony Corp. on Tuesday denied a report out of London saying the electronics giant was considering the partial sale of its entertainment operations as part of a plan to boost shareholder value.
George Litto Pictures and Capella Intl. have formed a joint venture, Capella/Litto Intl., to handle foreign sales of pics produced by the two companies.
International distribs here got their first peek at "Titus," in which director Julie Taymor incorporates '40s big bands, Fellini-esque hookers, motorcycles and sportscars, the lavish look of Imperial…
Mark Tusk, New Line Cinema's senior veepee of production, has reupped with the studio, Michael De Luca, prexy and chief operating officer of New Line Prods, announced. New York-based Tusk oversees…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has arranged a $250 million "bridge loan" facility from one of its main bank lenders, MGM said in an SEC filing Monday, to help cover its cash needs until it completes a $500…
Brit director Nicolas Roeg is returning to mainstream cinema with an adaptation of the Martin Amis novel "Night Train."
Unhappy with the offers it has received since putting Cinamerica/Mann Theaters on the auction block in January, the exhib's owner is now considering bringing in another chain to manage the 374-screen…
In a positively un-Canadian move, Canada's broadcast regulator decided Monday to take a pass on regulating the Internet.
Nickelodeon has signed separate deals with the National Basketball Assn., Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer to get sports programming both for the main network and its 10-week-old clone…
L.A.-based distribution company Pacifica Entertainment is accelerating its development activity, setting up projects with entities such as Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith's Green Moon Prods.…