Novelist Kim Wozencraft ("Rush") first met writer-producer Richard Stratton ("Slam") at a February 1991 reading of the PEN prison-writing award winners that was hosted by Fielding Dawson.
UPN has been dealt another significant setback with mediocre premieres for its new Tuesday lineup, while WB's "Felicity" has cooled noticeably in its second try.
Already hot in Chile, newlyweds are now making a splash in neighboring Argentina.
Fox Searchlight's Irish comedy "Waking Ned Devine" will open the second annual New York Comedy Film Festival, which runs Oct. 21-25.
Broadway theater, New York City's original cottage entertainment industry, is bringing the audiences -- and their dollars -- into its welcoming arms in record numbers.
DreamWorks Television has optioned Stephen E. Ambrose's World War II history "A Band of Brothers," which Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg and Mark Johnson will likely produce as an event miniseries.
Though New York-based Rialto Pictures specializes in the theatrical reissuing of restored versions of such legendary films as Fellini's "Nights of Cabiria" (1957) and Godard's "Contempt" (1963)…
Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Sunday comedy "That '70s Show" has become the first new series of the season to receive a back-nine order, rounding out a full season of episodes.
For the first time in seven years -- and after innumerable delays -- the Brazilian government has started granting new licenses for pay TV operations.
American Move Classics will premiere its original docu, "Lee Marvin: A Personal Portrait by John Boorman," on Nov. 17 at 10 p.m. (ET).
The not-for-profit WPA Theater has two new shows running in commercial production. Ho-hum.
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