Canal Plus chairman Andre Rousselet resigned Friday from the board of Havas "in total disagreement with decisions" that merge the holdings in the TV service of Havas, Society Generale and Generale…
“Midnight Cowboy” producer Jerome Hellman will join members of the cast and director John Schlesinger in a Q-and-A following Wednesday’s 25th-anniversary screening of the film, which will kick off…
While the uncertainty of ownership is a burden on Paramount's creative process, it can hardly be detected by the volume of product being hatched there.
In trying times, audiences need a laugh, and they're getting plenty from "Mrs. Doubtfire,""Wayne's World 2" and several other comedies.
Oscar-nominated animated short "The Mighty River" from Canada was named top film at the Aspen Filmfest.
The Bravo cable network is providing a destination for viewers who channel-surf during the commercial breaks of the March 21 Oscar telecast.
Italo TV tycoon-turned-politician Silvio Berlusconi is turning one of his networks into what critics termed an "electronic megaphone"-- and the attempt has caused an uproar both inside and outside…
Rogers Communications has finally put its bid for Maclean Hunter on the table. On Friday, Rogers topper Ted Rogers announced that the Toronto-based company was willing to pay $ C17 ($ 12.65) a share…
At the end of the fourth day of the 44th annual Berlin Intl. Film Fest Market, many regulars already are predicting a huge improvement over last year, which was said to be among the slowest in memory.
New Line Cinema named Claire Rudnick Polstein as a veepee of production Friday, in its final hire to fill the void after last year's dismissal of most of the West Coast exec production staff.
The Tonya & Nancy show continued to produce big ratings for CBS, as Harding's interview on "Eye to Eye With Connie Chung" last Thursday generated the web's highest rating there with regular…