Hillary Swank is set to star in the feature "Take It Like a Man," the directorial debut of Kim Peirce being produced by Killer Films and Hart Sharp Prods. of Gotham.
The South African Broadcasting Corp. (SABC) Tuesday announced plans to counter the launch on Thursday of e.tv, South Africa's first free-to-air commercial television channel.
There may not have been cries and whispers exactly, but there was definitely murmuring in New York publishing circles this week around the submission of first novel "Before You Sleep," written by…
John Butkovich, senior VP of media for Sony Pictures Entertainment, officially ankles the studio today to start his own firm, JB Consulting.
The Bonnier Group has taken a 54% stake in Lithuanian commercial market leader LNK, joining the rush of Nordic media groups to enter the lively Baltic states' commercial TV market.
"Stand-Up Opera" has been laid low until next spring. B.J. Ward's one-woman show, which was to have opened on Broadway at the Shubert-owned Lyceum theater Oct. 18, is now looking for a new home and…
Here's to you, Mrs. Robinson: "The Graduate" is graduating to London's West End.
WNBC has come down with a major case of Yankees fever. The Peacock's Gotham flagship will produce four half-hour specials spotlighting the Bronx Bombers' amazing 1998 season and looking ahead to the…
Digital TV becomes a reality tonight in Britain when the public will be able to purchase the necessary equipment and begin receiving BSkyB's Sky Digital service.
AFI Fest '98, running Oct. 22-31, will be top heavy with world and U.S. premieres including new films by John Landis and Claude Chabrol and such acclaimed international titles as France's "Dream Life…
Paramount Pictures has concluded a co-financing deal with Peter Hoffman and Graham Bradstreet's Cinevisions Ice on three of its upcoming high-profile pics: "The General's Daughter," "Double Jeopardy"…
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