The head of the National Endowment for the Arts has decided to reject grant requests for three gay and lesbian film festivals, an NEA source confirmed Thursday.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. yesterday denied a published report that it has approached Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. in an attempt to sell its valuable broadcast assets.
Castle Rock Entertainment has given the greenlight to screenwriter-director Whit Stillman's "Barcelona," which marks his return to the director's chair after the 1991 "Metropolitan," which was…
The New Zealand Film Commission has presented its first Lifetime Achievement Award to veteran producer/director John O'Shea, OBE.
CBS has scheduled the reality show "Miracles and Other Wonders" at 8 p.m. Saturdays through the end of the year, beginning Nov. 28.
Fox Broadcasting is urging a Chicago federal court not to retain any financial interest and syndication rules while the FCC grapples with trying to craft new fin-syn regulations that are acceptable…
Walt Disney Co. chairman Michael Eisner says the company will build in Tokyo an ocean-themed park first planned for Long Beach.
Expansion and profits were the topic of the day for Murdoch/Banesto/Zeta-backed TV channel Antena 3. After a board meeting yesterday , prexy Antonio Asensio announced that ad revenue for the channel…
The United Artists Theatres chain, in an attempt to maintain its standing as the largest film exhibitor in the country, is in the process of reconfiguring itself. Here is a rundown of some of the…
Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable operator, soon will be offering customers fewer channels on the basic tier as a result of Congress' recent passage of cable reregulation…
Discovery Communications, the parent of the Discovery Channel and The Learning Channel, has filed a lawsuit challenging five parts of the recently enacted cable reregulation legislation on the…