The Independent Feature Project has extended to Dec. 4 the submission deadline for its annual showcase of American indie film at Berlin's European Film Market.
Germany's Advanced Film Group has agreed to co-finance three film projects from L.A.-based Davis Panzer Prods. in a deal brokered by IAC Film & TV.
After keeping their checkbooks firmly shut during 1998, Korean distributors intend to start shopping for U.S. films next year. The need to fill depleted pipelines, the anticipated completion of the…
ABC has lost an internal battle with sister network Disney Channel to broadcast the world TV premiere of "Hercules," which grossed more than $100 million domestically in the summer of 1997.
With the virtually simultaneous release of "The Prince of Egypt" on more than 7,500 screens in nearly 40 countries, DreamWorks will be taking the biggest gamble of its young life.
The end of the November sweep brings further evidence to TV station managers in Gotham and Los Angeles that fewer and fewer locals are tuning in to the afternoon and evening newscasts that…
The British government's advisory committee on film policy has abandoned its proposal to raise £15 million ($24 million) a year for investment in British film through a voluntary levy on all U.K…
"3rd Rock From the Sun" showrunners Bill Martin and Mike Schiff have inked a development deal with the Carsey-Werner Co.
A socko bow by "Saving Private Ryan" in Australia helped hoist the WWII epic across the $200 million threshold overseas last week, while "There's Something About Mary" and "The Horse Whisperer" both…
It looks like "A Bug's Life" could do for insects what "Armageddon" did for asteroids. Despite being the second digitally animated ant pic to open in less than two months, Pixar and Disney's "A Bug's…
Viewers cast a strong vote for all-news cablers in November as interest in the midterm elections and the continuing White House crisis produced significant ratings spikes for most of the news nets.
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