After two weeks of nail-biting and threats in the case of Karlovy Vary vs. Karlovy Vary, the leading film festival in Central Europe is back on track.
German publisher Bertelsmann AG sold off a million of its America Online shares Wednesday, helping to drag the Internet stock down 10.4% to close at an even $100.
British and American acts have once again taken the lion's share of MTV Europe Music Awards nominations, but with a few strong continental and international contenders in the running.
Actress Kelly Preston will go to bat opposite Kevin Costner in Beacon Pictures' sports drama "For the Love of the Game."
Intermedia Films has concluded a deal with actor/director Kenneth Branagh to finance and distribute a series of films based on the works of William Shakespeare.
Swedish media giant Bonnier's cinema-building arm, SF Bio, has broken ground in Aspen, Colo., on a five-screen, 800-seat theater to be up and running by May.
Fox News Channel will begin offering closed captioning for its weekday broadcasts on Monday, the all-news cabler announced Thursday.
Tajamika Paxton has joined Forest Whitaker's Spirit Dance Entertainment as vice president of production.
Village Roadshow confirmed today it will shutter its L.A-based foreign sales division following the decision to sell its TV production business to Greg Coote and Jeffrey Hayes.
Claudio Sposito, the head of Italian corporate finance at Morgan Stanley-Italy, has been appointed chief executive officer of Silvio Berlusconi's Fininvest.
Edward Feldman has been upped to prexy of Paul Ryan Prods. Feldman was previously sr. VP with the company. Also, Tracy Martin has been appointed as director of development with the company. * * * As…