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Pamela Norris and Paul Clay, formerly the executive producer and creative consultant of CBS' "Designing Women," have signed an exclusive multiyear overall deal with Twentieth TV.
In the Aug. 30 Crix' Picks, the New York Times' film critic Vincent Canby's rating for "Tito and Me" should have been "Pro."
Luxembourg's CLT reportedly snapped up almost 20% of the Spanish commercial broadcaster Tele Cinco -- the first such foray into the country by the feisty media conglom.
The road circuit kicked into high gear Week 12 (Aug. 16 to 22), with the 24-production roster reporting an 18.4% increase in receipts over the previous week. The increase brought receipts to $…
The National Endowment for the Arts will restore $ 17,500 in grants to three gay- and lesbian-themed film festivals, including one backed by the Gay & Lesbian Media Coalition in L.A. The move…
R "Death Dancers" (3-Star Releasing; "for sexuality and violence, and for language and drug content.")
In a topsy-turvy week at the foreign wickets, "Sliver" steamed into Germany and Austria, and "Hot Shots! Part Deux" had a jolly time in the U.K., Mexico and Eastern Europe.
Conventional wisdom has it that of the three major European film festivals, Venice can be the most filmmaker-friendly. Directors with American films unspooling there this year agree: It fits…
Randy Shilts' book about AIDS has been impressively assembled by Arnold Schulman, who's based his dramatization on facts from the book and from historical records, as well as creating fictionalized…
"ARD is not broke. It will not do its competitors the favor of going under," topper Jobst Plog recently told journalists in Berlin.