Twentieth Century Fox's Debbie Chiesa-Miller has been upped to veepee of national publicity from director of national publicity.
Novelist Sara Paretsky, creator of the V.I. Warshawski character, will write the bible for the initial limited series of "Sisters in Crime," designed to showcase original works by prominent female…
Less than a year after firing him as the director off his Warner Bros. movie "Dennis the Menace," writer-filmmaker John Hughes has hired Patrick Read Johnson to directhis planned production of…
Marci Pool and Nancy McCabe have joined the Wolper Organization as co-vice presidents of development, reporting to company senior vice president Mark Wolper.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame has named Capitol-EMI president/CEO Joe Smith to its board of trustees, effective immediately.
NBC has renewed the Saturday-night sitcom "Nurses" for a third season.
As Hollywood celebrates its annual awards season, the studios' usual air of satisfaction is being tempered by a twinge of doubt. With production costs still on the rise, Hollywood's decisionmakers…
Elvis is dead, again, this time at Paramount. Elvis Mitchell, that is, who was canned last week after just six months as director of development for defying repeated warnings to stop reviewing movies…
In yesterday's story about TriStar Pictures' "Hell and High Water," the names of screenwriter Franklin Coen and producer Mitchell Brower were spelled incorrectly.
A Georgia radio station has been fined $ 17,500 by the Federal Communications Commission for failing to maintain a "meaningful management and staff presence" at its main studio.
The Motion Picture Export Assn. of America announced yesterday that anti-piracy operations for Europe, Africa and the Middle East will be centralized out of its Brussels office, as part of the…