Karlovy Vary film fest's press officers Pavel Melounek and Marek Brodsky got lucky at this year's edition. Melounek told Variety that "Helluva Good Luck," a film they co-produced under their…
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The Geffen Playhouse hosts a symposium on early Hollywood filmmaking tonight at 7:30. "Hollywood's Heyday" is presented in conjunction with the Playhouse's current production of "Merton of the…
Paramount Pictures has until the close of business today to make an offer for the film rights to "'Tis," Frank McCourt's sequel to the bestselling Pulitzer Prize winner "Angela's Ashes."
Sources at the Karlovy Vary film festival have been buzzing over a pair of major strategy shifts in the war over Nova TV.
With contract renewal season in full swing, "Entertainment Tonight" reporters Lisa Canning, Chris Wragge and Mindy Burbano have been released from Paramount's long-running TV mag.
Bruce Fabel has been upped to chief operating officer at interactive fun-plex circuit Sega GameWorks.
KCOP, the UPN O&O in Los Angeles, will scrap its 7:30 p.m. nightly newscast within the next few weeks in preparation for the bow of UPN's new fall lineup.
The newly created Walt Disney Intl. Europe has appointed Selby Hall as exec VP of brand development and marketing, and Niall Curran as exec VP of operations.
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