Inspired by the bounty brought to the coffers of the Catholic charity that produced "The Spitfire Grill," producer Jon Lutz ("Prefontaine"), Presbyterian minister Howard Edington and Orlando…
Kathy Greenberg has moved from Sony-based Jim Henson Pictures to Working Title, stepping into the positions once filled by Anna DeRoy and Rebecca Hughes.
Britain's new terrestrial, Channel 5, plans to counter a writ issued by Columbia Pictures to stop C5 from broadcasting the studio's films on satellite with a writ of its own next week.
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution has landed its first two station deals for "The Nanny" in rerun syndication: WNYW New York and WPWR Chicago.
A third lawsuit has been filed by an extra against the producers and director of "Apt Pupil" for allegedly filming him in a nude shower scene without prior notice or prior consent.
Following the announcement that Mike Newell and Alan Greenspan's Dogstar Films is moving its Hollywood home to Fox 2000 from Disney the company has released its development slate, with projects at…
Veteran indie filmmaker Robert M. Young is attached to direct the Southern drama "Deep Purple" by actress-turned-scribe Karen Black.
Fox Searchlight Pictures, garnering a decent buzz for its competition entry "The Ice Storm," has hooked North American rights to Stefan Schwartz's "Shooting Fish" from Winchester Films, the arthouse…
Cable's Game Show Network, which has been a colossal bust since launching in early '95, has struck a deal with cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. for carriage beginning in early summer.
Paramount Pictures exec VP of worldwide publicity and 12-year Par employee Cheryl Boone-Isaacs is in talks to become president of marketing at New Line Cinema.
Television and film production company Avnet/Kerner has hired Sue Reiner as vice president of TV series development.