In 1941, Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" was duking it out with John Ford's "How Green Was My Valley" for the best picture Oscar.
Blake Bryant has been named to the newly created position of director of creative services for KNBC, where he will be responsible for planning, directing and coordinating the station's advertising…
The budget of the Icelandic Film Fund has been upped 25% to $2.13 million for 1997, the first increase in four years. The funding was approved by the Althingi, the Icelandic Parliament.
"Eerie, Indiana" - the short-lived NBC supernatural series that last aired in 1992 - has come back to life on the Fox Kids Network.
Broadway's beleaguered Circle in the Square will shift from a subscription base to a membership system beginning with its production of Brit import "Stanley" in February.
"Fargo," the iconoclastic black comedy thriller by Joel and Ethan Coen, chalked up another best picture win with the announcement of bests and runners-up Thursday by the Broadcast Film Critics Assn.
German publishing giant Axel Springer Verlag AG announced Thursday that it will sell its share in German sports web DSF to Kirch Group subsidiary Taurus Vermoegensverwaltungs GmbH.
King World Prods. has added two new executives to its syndication sales force. Fred Petrosino has been named vice president of sales, and Lee Villas has been named account executive.
The family of controversial former Alabama Gov. George Wallace is prepping a lawsuit next week in Montgomery, Ala., that seeks an injunction against the makers of TNT's planned Wallace biopic to…
In the wake of frenzied media interest and an outcry from politicians, indie film and television company Portman Entertainment Group has denied it plans to make a film based on the story of British…
Walt Disney Pictures' marketing campaign for "101 Dalmatians" has picked up November's excellence in film marketing award from the Hollywood-based Film Information Council.