Freedom has its price. Three years after the Berlin Wall came down and several years after the collapse of communism, the Polish film industry is still in an embryonic stage and filmmakers are…
Witt-Thomas and Witt-Thomas-Harris Prods. confirmed yesterday that Gary Levine has been named prexy of its new TV wing as part of an expansion in the area (Daily Variety, Dec. 15).
Walt Disney Pictures has moved one step closer to getting its mid-April production "The Three Musketeers" fully mounted, setting three of the four leading roles with Chris O'Donnell, Kiefer…
Manitoba-based CanWest Global Communications has announced the creation of an international division to be headed by Charles Weber, former president and CEO of Lucasfilm Ltd.
Werner Schwaderlapp, president and CEO of newly created ZDF Enterprises, was inadvertently omitted from Dec. 17 story about division's formation.
Jerry Moon is in his 22nd year as traffic and security chief for the annual Academy Awards presentation. Moon began his Oscar show association with the 43rd awards in 1971, while still chief of…
"Norm" and "Cliff" of NBC's "Cheers," known in real life as George Wendt and John D. Ratzenberger, have been animated, much to their dismay.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters this week reaffirmed voluntary program guidelines adopted in 1990.
Jack Lemmon will receive the NATO/ShoWest Lifetime Achievement Award during the New Line Cinema dinner March 9 at Bally's Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
Three Gillett Broadcasting-owned stations and several others have joined the Television Bureau of Advertising for the new year, according to the trade organization.
The National Endowment for the Arts has handed out its first round of grants for 1993, giving nearly 1,100 awards totaling $ 25.5 million.