Producer Alexander Tabrizi, formerly behind Tri Vision Pictures, has joined Mastermind Entertainment as president of worldwide production.
Nick at Nite has bought the exclusive cable rights to Paramount Domestic distribution's "Cheers" starting in the fall of 2001 for $68.8 million, the highest price Nick has ever paid for a sitcom…
Patrick Stewart and Blythe Danner are in final negotiations to star in Arthur Miller's new play, "Ride Down Mt. Morgan," this fall.
Shaftesbury Films, one of Canada's most seasoned indie pic producers, is expanding into Imax-format film production and distribution, with the creation of SK Films.
WNYW is mounting a massive overhaul of its flagship ayem broadcast "Good Day New York," radically remaking virtually every element of the struggling show in a bid to shore up its sagging ratings.
Raul Moneta, head of Banco Republica, has taken the reins at CEI, replacing Richard Handley, the brains behind CEI, Argentina's No. 2 media player. Banco Republica has a 40% stake in the…
The Telluride Film Festival, the annual smalltown Colorado mountain event dedicated to a love of cinema old and new, celebrated its 25th anniversary over the Labor Day weekend with a glittering array…
With Russia's political world in crisis, Ksenia Ponomareva, director general of Public Russian Television (ORT) Channel 1, quit her post Sept. 1 after managerial clashes with political power-broker…
Steven Spielberg has tapped scribe Ron Bass to write the screenplay for his next film, "Memoirs of a Geisha."
Hair gel jokes are all the rage in Australia after the Farrelly brothers' delightfully crass comedy "There's Something About Mary" had a riotous debut last weekend in its first major offshore…
Entertainment majors have fared much better than some of the smaller showbiz stocks in the market selloff of the past few weeks, with exhib stocks and broadcasters suffering the worst.