Despite the rainy weather, the Independent Feature Film Market remained lively on Tuesday, dominated by gangsters, kudos and talk of foreign markets.
In what could be described as a sort of "Mr. Diggler Goes to Washington," Sony Pictures Entertainment has paid $1 million for "Ottoman Empire," a political satire from scribe-helmer Andrew Bergman.
After four years of negotiations, Hong Kong Cable has agreed to add MTV Asia to its lineup.
Eric Clapton, Aerosmith and Queen head up the short list of nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall Fame's class of 2000.
BBC Films has confirmed that it is in talks with Paul Anderson and Jeremy Bolt's Impact Pictures to produce its planned feature version of the classic BBC series "Dr. Who."
"American Beauty" helmer Sam Mendes is close to inking a unique production pact with DreamWorks that will blend his legit and pic passions.
Sony Computer Entertainment, the division behind the leading vidgame console PlayStation, is reportedly planning to produce a slate of original digital movies as early as 2002 for its next-generation…
Docu-favoring indie distributor Seventh Art Releasing has completed lensing on "The Comedians: One Hundred Years of Yiddish Comedy Theater," the first project under a new commitment to producing its…
Gary E. Knell will succeed David Britt as president and CEO of Children’s Television Workshop. Britt had announced his intention to retire from CTW in June. Knell will also be elected to CTW’s board…
What's a wrestling organization to do? Playboy is featuring a photo spread in next month's issue on the blonde bombshell Sable, who became famous as one of the featured wrestlers of the World…
After a decade of plunging audience and advertising shares, Dutch pubcasters have succumbed to market forces: In the new century, they will have distinct profiles aimed at capturing more viewers and…