Quebec filmmaker Jean-Claude Lauzon has finally won an award for his provocative feature "Leolo," the tale of a young Montrealer who counters the banality and madness of family life with wild…
A sequel to the onetime PBS blockbuster series "Connections" will find a home on the Learning Channel in spring 1994.
Madonna over the weekend refuted French government claims that she owed 10 million francs ($ 2.2 million) in back taxes.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has elected 25 members to two-year terms on its board of governors, to be installed at the organization's next meeting tomorrow night.
High-powered music biz attorney Allen Grubman, the subject of a $90 million fraud and breach of fiduciary duty suit filed last month by singer Billy Joel, is expected to countersue later this week…
Lorne Michaels, who created "Saturday Night Live" and recently produced Paramount's hitcomedy "Wayne's World," has extended his exclusive motion picture deal with the studio.
News directors are more likely to follow their gut than either ratings or research when filling an anchor position, according to a recently published study.
Decrying the lack of distributors for small-scale, independent American films , producer Marc Toberoff and writer-director Paul Mones have formed Pacific Pictures Distribution Corp.
MTV already rocks Europe. Is the Continent ready for the country cousin of the American rock 'n' roll channel? Gaylord Broadcasting and Group W Satellite Communications, parent of Country Music…
Australian rock manager-turned-film producer Lance Reynolds has launched three features, including a pic in development with David Bowie about the life of Austrian physician Franz Mesmer.
The late George Pal's "Puppetoons" will be honored at 7:30 tonight at the Name That Toon animation gallery/museum in West Hollywood. Original Puppetoons will be on display at the gallery, with guests…