Susan M. Baker has been named director of development for Moll/Beallor Prods., where she'll be responsible for finding both television and film projects, according to company principals June Beallor…
A battle between media giants Time Warner Cable and Fox/Liberty/Cablevision Systems will deprive 1.1 million New York City cable subscribers of 12 of the remaining games of the New York Mets' 1997…
Miramax's No. 1-ranked "Cop Land" collared $13.5 million in its opening weekend and helped the top 60 films book a $86.7 million total.
Overseas Film Group reported a $1.2 million net loss equal to 21¢ a share in the second quarter following writedowns on its films "The Designated Mourner," "johns" and "Jerusalem."
With Moscow's 20th film fest out of the way, the Russian capital is in final stages of preparation for an event that will figure considerably more largely in the city calendar --- celebrations…
Dave Smith has what he calls a "revolutionary" scenario tied to the coming of the digital age of broadcasting --- and the industry is listening: Smith is president of Sinclair, the group that owns 33…
:New Line Cinema is sealing a deal with special effects wiz Rob Bottin to direct the much-awaited battle between Freddy Krueger, the scissor-fingered slasher of the "Nightmare on Elm Street" films…
Microsoft Corp. officials have taken issue with Daily Variety's report Friday that Microsoft plans to shut down its popular Cinemania World Wide Web site.
The Walt Disney Co. has developed a sudden fascination for Massachusetts politics. The reason: a bizarre controversy surrounding "A Civil Action," a movie starring John Travolta that is now in…
British pay television company BSkyB Plc on Friday reported a 22% rise in pre-tax profit in its final year under the leadership of chief executive Sam Chisholm.