There is yet another ticket-sales controversy at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival. In what is almost an annual rite, some filmgoers in Toronto are loudly complaining about the way tickets are sold for…
The Eisner Foundation has granted $6 million in support of a heart disease research program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
One year after being forced to close its doors and cede to rival Avid Technology, Lightworks said it will make a second pass at the film-editing system market through a venture that aims to provide…
In another attempt to jump-start its original feature production efforts, special f/x house Digital Domain has tapped Fox 2000 creative exec Kevin K. Cooper as veep of feature development.
William Bindley has rounded up the rest of the cast for his action-adventure pic "Madison," which he will direct from a script he co-wrote with brother Scott.
Edward Zimmerman has been upped to veep of media production and promotion for Columbia TriStar Television.
Instant hits are rare in network television these days, so it's no surprise that ABC is milking the success of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" for all it's worth -- and then some.
Viacom's co-deputy chairmen Philippe Dauman and Thomas Dooley, who will exit the company when it completes its merger with CBS, will each receive a $29 million lump sum severance package to settle…
Even though the new syndie season is barely under way, the following year is already being booked. Tribune Entertainment secured a comfy 60% national clearance this week for "Gene Roddenberry's…
Visit Emmys ’99 Helen Hunt, Paul Reiser, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, James Van Der Beek, Michelle Williams, Debra Monk, John Leguizamo and Martin Short are the latest to enlist as presenters on the…
NBC moved closer to a deal with Paxson Communications on Wednesday, as Wall Streeters and industry players pondered the Peacock's future in the wake of the Viacom-CBS merger.