Cabin Fever Films began principal photography this week on "Sioux City," the first feature film for the new company.
Despite rumors buzzing about Hollywood, Bell Atlantic Corp. and its soon-to-be subsidiary Tele-Communications Inc. have no desire to own a movie studio.
MTV's dream of a global satellite-delivered music channel is looking shaky. The U.S. vidclip machine has been outmaneuvered by the feisty Hong-Kong-based Television Broadcasts in locking up access to…
David Handelman, the tenacious exec who led 20th Century Fox's fight for zoning clearance to expand the studio's facilities in Century City, has resigned.
Akio Morita, the chairman of electronics powerhouse Sony Corp. suffered a cerebral hemorrhage Tuesday in Tokyo and is stepping aside, company officials confirmed Thursday.
Kerry Packer's Nine Network has signed another movie package deal with Village Roadshow Distributors for an undisclosed amount.
As IATSE digs in for its last day of negotiations with the producers alliance today, things look mighty grim for a midnight contract settlement.
Nine world premieres and more than 20 U.S. preems highlight the non-competitive lineup at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah.
The United States and the European Community moved closer Thursday to a world trade accord by resolving some differences over agriculture and tariff cuts, but remained at odds over trade in films and…
Force Ten Prods. and New York-based Heatwave Prods. have acquired movie rights to the cannibal comedy novel "The Food Chain," which is currently winning accolades from book critics.
KABC-TV Wednesday wrapped up the Nielsen November sweeps with solid news victories in the early evening hours but -- despite a sizable primetime lead-in advantage -- finished in a dead heat with…