The inaugural "Central European Initiative; Balaton Festival," a television arts competition and programming market, opened Monday with 60 industry reps from seven European countries in attendance.
Since unspooling at the Cannes Film Festival, Trans Atlantic Entertainment/IRS Media Intl.'s "The Music of Chance" has already generated more than $ 1 million in international sales.
Gale Anne Hurd, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, Joel Silver, Martin Brest, Charles Fries, Steve Tisch, Tori Spelling, Shelley Duvall and Larry Thompson will be among honorees Thursday at RP Intl.'s…
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An unusual movie/TV tie-in has been fashioned to promote Chevy Chase's transition from the theatrical film wars back to TV as a talkshow host for Fox Broadcasting.
U's '93 market share Approaching 17% Thanks to "Jurassic Park," Universal, for the first time since June 1990, will have the dinosaur's share of cumulative U.S. box office for the year. By Friday, U…
Hungaroton, the acclaimed Eastern European record label that declared bankruptcy April 15, will be dissected and sold, according to the Hungarian State Property Agency.
Michael Rosenblatt has been named senior VP A&R at MCA Records, based in New York.
Like a great many people in this town, Danny Cort would like to take a meeting with producer Joe Roth.
Piers Akerman, the news director of Fox O&O WTTG and prexy of the moribund Fox News Service, is reportedly headed for another province in Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. empire.
Peter Brennan, the exec producer of Paramount's tabloid strip "Hard Copy," reportedly is having difficulty reaching an agreement to remain with the show after his three-year deal expires on July 23.