The Aspen Filmfest is accepting entries for the Aspen Shortsfest, which runs April 1-5.
Rap group Dru Hill has settled its legal battle with Island Records. The move from acrimony to harmony follows months of litigation and name-calling.
With several studios circling, producer Chris Montan nabbed a six-figure payday from Warner Bros. for scribe Jordan Moffet's romantic comedy "The Official Scorer." The pic is being developed for…
Comedic actors Phil Hartman and David Cross have been added to the cast of the DreamWorks-Universal co-production "Small Soldiers," which director Joe Dante began shooting on Nov. 3.
MultiThematique is the first digital pay TV channel bouquet to be granted a national digital license in Germany. The bouquet, which has operated under a test license since June, was given permission…
Hoping to send a stern warning to homevideo pirates, a New Jersey judge has sentenced video distributor Morris Walker to nine years in state prison. The sentence follows Walker's recent conviction on…
Will this be the Stoney End of Rosie's obsession with Barbra? After months of unabashed, on-air begging for Barbra Streisand to appear on her daytime chatshow, Rosie O'Donnell is finally getting her…
The California Supreme Court ruled Wednesday it would review a lower court's ruling on how far filmmakers can go when basing fictional characters on real people without their permission.
Maryland Public Television has partnered with Montreal-based producer Cinar Films to promote its kids puppet show "Wimzie's House" in the U.S.
In his first major initiative since assuming his new job as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, William Kennard has launched a top-to-bottom review of the broadcast ownership rules.