Continuing on its aggressive expansion course, German licensing company Intertainment has struck a pan-European, three-year output deal with Franchise Pictures.
Miramax Films has picked up North American and U.K. rights to James Ivory's "The Golden Bowl."
Well-known Spanish producer Ana Amigo, former director of international co-productions at Sogetel, has formed her own film and TV production shingle, Fiesta P.C.
Luc Besson's Seaside Prods. has teamed with Mark Canton to produce the screen adaptation of Amy Ephron's upcoming novel, "The White Rose," for Warner Bros.
INDIA Sri Adhikari Brothers, one of India’s biggest production companies, will launch a 24-hour Hindi entertainment channel by November. The Bombay-based company produces primetime TV serials for…
Kids TV powerhouse Nickelodeon has begun to produce a slate of made-for-television movies, a new programming strategy for the cabler.
Sidney Kimmel Entertainment is going digital. Through its Longfellow Pictures and GreeneStreet/SKE Films divisions, the New York-based company has allocated $25 million to $35 million for a…
Pony Canyon of Japan is reporting strong interest in Katsuyuki Motohiro's box office high-flyer "Bayside Shakedown," which has grossed $100 million in Japan.
NBC has informed the National Assn. of Broad-casters that it may exit the trade org as part of a companywide cost-cutting effort.
Central European Media Enterprises' (CME) first-quarter results show a 6% drop in net revenues from its TV stations to $45.2 million, with cash flow (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and…
CBS is bumping "Chicago Hope" back to Thursday night and shifting its Tuesday movie to Wednesday so that "60 Minutes II" and the new drama "Judging Amy" can take advantage of the strong "Jag" lead-in…