The fifth annual Milia multimedia market drew to its ceremonial close Tuesday night with the presentation of the Milia D'Or 98 Awards at the Palais des Festivals. The evening's big winner was "F22…
Kino Intl. has picked up Carlos Marcovich's directorial debut "Who the Hell is Juliette?"
Zeitgeist Films has acquired North American rights to Benoit Jacquot's French-language film "Seventh Heaven," an official selection at the Venice Film Festival.
German actor Ferdinand (Ferdy) Mayne, who appeared in numerous international film and TV productions since the 1940s, died Jan. 30 of Parkinson's Disease in London. He was 82.
Satcaster Galaxy Latin America has inaugurated a satellite uplink center in the Argentine capital, its fifth such facility serving the Latino market. Galaxy -- backed by Hughes, the Cisneros Group…
Bokeem Woodbine, who co-starred in "Dead Presidents," will get a "Life" opposite Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence for Universal Pictures, sources said Wednesday.
Allen Edwin Byers, founder and co-owner of Audio Rents Inc., a post-production audio rental company, died Dec. 16 of a stroke at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was 72.
In a move that could significantly increase its TV profile, the Jim Henson Co. has hired former Fox Kids Worldwide vice chairman Margaret Loesch to be president of its newly created Jim Henson TV…
Upon wrapping Sunday, the Miami Film Festival announced a record per-pic attendance and gave its first audience award to Spanish Oscar entry "Secretos del Corazon" (Secrets of the Heart).
Time Warner Inc. and investor group Boston Ventures agreed Monday to sell the Six Flags theme park group to Premier Parks Inc. for $1.9 billion in cash and assumption of debt.
Taking on the most expensive unsolved art heist in history, 20th Century Fox has optioned the feature film rights to Boston Herald reporter Tom Mashberg’s article — which details his investigation…