"In & Out" may have played in Peoria, but will it sell in Seoul? South Korea authorities on Friday outlawed a gay film festival on the Yonsei University campus just as it was about to begin. The…
NBC veteran Albert Spevak has been named senior vice president of business affairs for MGM Worldwide Television Group.
Less than two weeks after New Regency Prods. finalized a deal to relocate from Warner Bros. to the 20th Century Fox lot, the production company inked an exclusive, multiyear agreement with HBO.
Entries for the 1998 Sundance Film Festival's independent feature competition are due by Oct. 10, 1997, the Sundance Institute announced Friday.
Nicky Katt, who played one of the slacker suburbans in "SubUrbia," has signed to be Renee Zellweger's love interest in "One True Thing" alongside Meryl Streep for Universal Pictures, sources said…
The Norman Horowitz Co. has been retained by Vancouver-based Gordon Stanfield Animation and Stanfield Prods. to represent GSA in all areas of sales, production and acquisition throughout the U.S.…
Mary Ann Halford has been named senior vice president and general manager of Canal Fox and Fox Kids Latin America, the Fox Television Network announced.
Confusion and disgruntlement are breaking out within the Tokyo-based DVD Forum, the association of 10 DVD hardware makers convened to hammer out details of compatibility and mutuality.
Universal Pictures is in serious negotiations with Gary Levinsohn and Mark Gordon's Mutual Film Co. to put together a co-financing deal involving five pictures valued at a total of $350 million…
CBS and Fox both debuted their Sunday night lineups, and CBS predictably took the night in households, while Fox won in the key adults 18-49 demo, according to preliminary national numbers.
Lars Weiss, one of the founding members of national commercial channel TV4 Sweden, is ankling his position as head of programs at year-end.