Kidvid distribber Bohbot Entertainment says it has lined up $100 million in financing to expand its syndie program slate into an ad-hoc broadcast web under the Bohbot Kids Network banner next year.
Hit Entertainment, a U.K.-based producer of children's and wildlife programming, has sold 10 series to U.S. TV outlets, including Fox Family Channel, Nickelodeon, HBO, Starz!/Encore and Animal Planet.
Moving forward with his look at the music-steeped stretch of Sunset Boulevard known as "the Strip," producer Art Linson has tapped tyro helmer Adam Collis to direct the tentatively titled "Sunset…
A hot spell in Europe provided some stifling competition for bows of "Godzilla" and "Lethal Weapon 4," while "Saving Private Ryan" and "There's Something About Mary" hit the bull's-eye at the…
Craig Ross Jr. won the director's award and Tamrika Lamison took screenwriting honors at the 1998 Gordon Parks Independent Film Awards, handed out during last week's Independent Feature Film Market.
Faced with an embarrassing $700 million write-down even if it accepts the highest offer received so far for Polygram Filmed Entertainment, Seagram Co. may be forced to consider more inventive ways…
"Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" has cast its spell over Tribune-owned stations in Gotham, Los Angeles and Chicago.
Artisan Home Entertainment, a division of mini-major Artisan Entertainment, has upped Jed Grossman to senior vice president, rental sales and distribution.
LMNO Prods., the company behind reality series "Kids Say the Darndest Things" for CBS and "Guinness World Records" for Fox, has sold CBS a one-hour pet reality special that will serve as a series…
Cole Sprouse, Jon Stewart, Leslie Mann, Josh Mostel and Rob Schneider have joined the cast of Columbia Pictures' comedy "Guy Gets Kid."
With the exception of a couple of top-grossing Gotham arthouses, the much-anticipated theatrical debut of Samuel Goldwyn Films' "Lolita" turned out to be more sizzle than steak.