Women in Film is calling for nominations for the second annual Kodak Vision Award, to be presented to a female cinematographer with exceptional achievements in feature or documentary filmmaking.
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…
Dutch independent TV producers are demanding new and hefty quotas be levied on the state broadcasting system in order to save their own industry.
Veteran indie filmmaker Robert M. Young is attached to direct the Southern drama "Deep Purple" by actress-turned-scribe Karen Black.
Latin American Pay Television Services is launching the region's first premium movie channel, Movie City, in Mexico on June 1.
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…
French pay television Canal Plus has filed suit in the French courts against Arnon Milchan's Swiss-based holding company Monarchy Enterprises.
Powered by primetime spillover from the three-night ratings windfall of the mob miniseries "The Last Don" and a much-talked-about two-part investigation into corruption in the DMV, perpetual…
Declaring the personal computer a boon rather than a threat to the cinema industry, Andrew Grove, president of Intel Corp., is scheduled to accept the first Cinema Digital Technologies Award today…
Television and film production company Avnet/Kerner has hired Sue Reiner as vice president of TV series development.