Moving to address the current contraction of the film and television industry, ICM has become the latest agency to trim its ranks.
Giovanni Gentili has decided to ankle his position as supervisory senior veep of Columbia TriStar Film Distributors Intl.'s Latin America division.
Sony and Largo Entertainment's "John Carpenter's Vampires" scared up a solid $9.2 million over the weekend, according to studio projections, brightening an otherwise gloomy Halloween frame at the box…
FROM MIFEDParamount Classics has picked up U.S. rights to "The Powder Keg," which has just been selected as the Yugoslavian entry for the foreign-language Acadamy Award.
"Show Me Love," a film about growing up in a small town, is Sweden's 1999 Oscar entry for best foreign-language film.
John Malone's Encore Media Group's pay TV operation has outbid HBO for exclusive rights to the lineup of theatrical movies October Films plans to distribute between September 2000 and January 2003.
The top eight U.S. hits pulled in a combined $82.5 million overseas last week in another brisk session, which relied more on holdovers than on new entries.
Filmmakers have been targeting teenagers for years, and a new survey makes it easy to see why: 92% of teens surveyed by the Artists Rights Foundation in Los Angeles and the Boston-based Institute for…
FROM MIFEDMutual Film Intl. and Newmarket Capital will co-finance the comedy "All the Rage," Mutual Film Co. partners Mark Gordon and Gary Levinsohn have announced.
The execs at United Artists Theater Circuit evidently aren't superstitious.
Call it the "Millionaires Watching Millionaires" tour. The Rolling Stones are planning to charge $300 per ticket for a series of arena shows in the U.S. spring, according to concert industry insiders.