Playwright John Guare will be honored Sept. 28 at the Independent Feature Project's Gotham Awards. Guare, whose plays include "The House of Blue Leaves" and "Six Degrees of Separation," has made a…
TV stations are about to get bombarded with pitches for the latest syndicated theatrical movie packages from Paramount, Columbia and Universal. But these hard-sell maneuvers by the major studios will…
The Australian government's pay TV embarrassment deepened Thursday as the second pair of high bidders reneged on their offers.
The world premiere of "The Saint of Fort Washington" will kick off the Toronto Festival of Festivals' Special screenings section.
Dave Clark sounded pretty good on vinyl, as some 50 million people who bought his music will attest. But it's been almost two decades since the catalog by this veteran of the first wave of the…
A French appeals court upheld a lower court's decision to impose a fine on Virgin Group PLC if it opens its Virgin Megastore in Paris Sundays, but the appeals court lowered the fine to 1 million…
Eighteen film teachers from the U.S. and Canada will get a taste of Hollywood this week as part of the DGA Educators Workshop on film production.
A Nashville producer has launched film and TV production companies and opened Tennessee's first soundstages, with a goal of making Music City a film industry center.
Frank Mancuso, the new chairman and CEO of MGM, began reassembling former key members of his old Paramount executive team Sunday, naming Michael S. Hope and A. Robert Pisano as executive vice…
Congress late Friday passed President Clinton's budget reconciliation bill, thus ensuring that broadcasters and cable TV operators will be paying $ 81 million annually in new FCC "user fees."