A combo of the second wave of international debuts by "Deep Impact," angelic bows in five markets by "City of Angels," and cooler, cinema-friendly weather in Europe resulted in a lucrative B.O. frame…
David Armstrong has been tapped senior VP of sales and distribution of MGM Intl. Television, a new executive position within the studio's Worldwide Television Group.
Italians who couldn't face the crush on the Croisette this year will once again have the opportunity to see what the Cannes Film Festival had to offer -- including Theo Angelopoulos' Palme…
Sony Pictures Classics' "The Spanish Prisoner" recaptured the top spot on the exclusives roster after 20th Century Fox's "Bulworth" went wide.
A&E has wrapped up the branding of its Monday-through-Friday primetime schedule with the announcement that, starting Monday, June 29, the network will create a 10 p.m. "Mysteries To Die For" umbrella…
Toei's controversial movie about convicted war criminal Gen. Hideki Tojo, which was the focus of a storm of international protest, posted box office revenue of 180 million yen ($1.32 million) in its…
After seeing dramatic attendance leaps in the last several years, the San Francisco Intl. Lesbian & Gay Film Festival's 22nd annum is expanding from 10 to 11 programming days. Event unspools June…
In a bid to raise some $500 million, Televisa intends to divest 70% of its holding in Univision, the two companies announced late Tuesday.
Sony Music Entertainment has entered into a joint-venture pact with record company V2 Music Group Ltd., a subsid of Richard Branson's U.K.-based Virgin Group.
MCA Music Publishing has inked a worldwide, exclusive administration deal for the catalog of the late Henry Mancini.
After several months of delays and some key cast changes, Franco Zeffirelli's "Tea With Mussolini," will start shooting June 1 in Italy, starring Cher, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Judi Dench and…