Trimark Films has picked up U.S. rights to "Lulu on the Bridge," novelist Paul Auster's solo feature directorial debut, for a low- to mid-six figures.
Like the Indian summer's whims of temperature, Broadway's grosses flared up once more, though not by much.
Pink slips could begin flying at CBS News as early as Friday as the web begins implementing a long-expected round of budget cuts.
A House subcommittee held its first hearing Monday on a proposal to sell off PBS stations in markets where there are more than one, in order to create a billion-dollar trust fund to help pay for the…
Lobbyists for the motion picture and recording industries are hoping the House will vote as early as Wednesday on changes to U.S. Copyright law necessary for adoption of two intellectual property…
Building on their existing relationships in Latin America and Asia, Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl. and Buena Vista Intl. have inked a theatrical distribution pact in India.
Eric Fogel, the 29-year-old creator of MTV's "Celebrity Deathmatch," has inked a deal with the Greenblatt Janollari Studio to create a primetime, stop-motion animation series for network TV.
Robert J. Lenihan has ankled Act III Theaters in Los Angeles to join Gotham-based Loews Cineplex Entertainment, where he will serve as exec vice president for the 2,700-screen circuit.
BMG Entertainment has tapped Sarah Cotsen as veep of corporate development, where she will pursue strategic alliances and acquisitions while also identifying new business opportunities for the…
Creative Artists Agency president Richard Lovett is slated to receive a 1998 Friends of City Scholars award at a ceremony scheduled for Wednesday at the Hotel InterContinental in downtown Los Angeles.
Superb bows by "Saving Private Ryan," "Dr. Dolittle" and "The Truman Show" plus classy foreign preems by Polygram's costumer "Elizabeth" highlighted another crackerjack weekend at cinemas overseas.