Toho-Towa Co., the Japanese film importer, has rotated its U.S. execs, naming Makoto Sekimoto as the company's U.S. representative in its Century City office. He replaces Yoji Akiyama, who is…
Triton Pictures announced Friday that it has broken off negotiations with French Hill Entertainment, which had proposed a stock swap acquisition of the indie distributor.
The stock of Iwerks Entertainment Inc., which makes movie-based simulation theaters and films for theme parks and specialty theaters, fell sharply Friday after the company said it expects a loss in…
Gramercy Pictures' "Four Weddings and a Funeral" marched to the top of the box office charts with a stellar $ 4.3 million weekend estimate.
"Arcadia," by Tom Stoppard, and "City of Angels," a Broadway hit but West End flop, were named the year's best play and best musical Sunday at the Laurence Olivier Awards.
New Spanish cinema will be the featured attraction at the eighth annual Filmfest D.C., the international festival that revels in its emphasis on funky foreign fare and non-conventional U.S. releases.
An angry Writers Guild of America East on Thursday called for Baltimore viewers and guild members to "turn off" WBAL-TV for the May sweeps period to support employees at the station.
Creative Artists Agency has hired former Agency for the Performing Arts senior veepee Steve Tellez, ending a lengthy search for a top television talent agent, sources said Thursday.
Ron Mass, Malibu resident who was severely burned during the late-'93 fire as he tried to rescue screenwriter-director Duncan Gibbins, was released from the hospital Thursday.
A new constitutional amendment aimed at getting Writers Guild of America members more involved in the org's debate has been sent to the membership for a vote, along with three other key changes.