"Titanic" has become the most-seen film in Brazilian history and has helped drive a surge in overall B.O. revenues.
On the eve of the Cannes Film Festival, Behaviour Communications pre-emptively acquired the Canadian rights to Paul Auster's solo directorial debut "Lulu on the Bridge" from London's Capitol Films.
Thomas F. O'Neil, a longtime radio and TV executive who helped create the popular "Million Dollar Movie," died March 14 of heart failure at his home in Greenwich, Conn. He was 82.
Fearing that a reconfigured service would pose a serious threat to CNN and other Turner Broadcasting System services, Ted Turner has vetoed the sale of Time Warner's one-third stake in Court TV to…
Todd-AO Corp. has announced that its acquisition of London-based Tele-Cine Cell Group, the post-production and special effects video and film company, has been accepted by Tele-Cine shareholders.
Americans aren't about to let a little detail like the Cannes Film Festival get in the way of seeing the "Seinfeld" finale.
L.A.-based Williams Worldwide Television has reached an agreement with Belgian channel Tele Achat to provide direct response television programming through 1999.
"Naked Gun" meets "Titanic." That's the premise of a spoof script bought by New Line Cinema that makes fun of Jim Cameron's Oscar-bedecked mega-blockbuster.
Former film archivist James Christie Wagner, who more recently served in various TV production capacities, died Feb. 22 of heart failure at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena. He was 54.
French producer Philippe Carcassone, who recently announced the creation of CineB, a joint production venture with the Pathe group, has unveiled the company's first four pics.