Putting the final touches on the management structure of the Barry Diller-led USA Networks Studios, Universal TV veterans Henry Schlieff and Lonnie Burstein have been given expanded responsibilities…
In the first concrete sign of an industry revival in years, Mexico's film institute Imcine has announced it will support 15 pictures, an additional three debut features and 17 shorts in 1998.
Getting a 29-month jump on hyping NBC's coverage of the 2000 Summer Olympics from Sydney, Australia, cablenet CNBC will on Saturday premiere a half-hour (4-4:30 p.m. PT) weekly update on everything…
Seemingly without bounds, Sinclair Broadcasting's appetite has brought it close to consuming USA Networks Inc.'s 57% stake in SF Station Group, sources close to the deal said.
Only days after signing a five-picture deal with First Miracle Pictures, newcomer thesp Kentaro Seagal has signed to star in Shower Prods. "Seamless," a Gen-X pic set in the retro fashion and music…
Manager Brad Grey and Brillstein-Grey Enterprises have returned fire in their legal battle with former client Garry Shandling.
The venerable Pathe Studios in the north of Paris have been seriously damaged by fire.
Producer Brian Grazer will be honored at this year's Cinema Expo Intl. Convention in Amsterdam with the Albert R. Broccoli Award of Excellence. Grazer will receive the award June 18 at the…
John Malkovich and Russell Smith's Smith.Malkovich outfit has entered into a two-year, non-exclusive production deal with Granada Film, the film financing division of U.K. leisure conglomerate and…
Fox Lorber Associates has acquired homevideo rights to several new titles, it was announced by Krysanne Katsoolis, senior VP of acquisitions. Overseas Film Group’s “johns,” “Jerusalem,” “Different…