Patrick Bergin and Helen Mirren are set to star in "Raging Earth," the first feature from New York-based Eagle Films.
The federal government's decision late last week to settle out of court with four artists who sued when their NEA grants were denied has done little to resolve the Clinton Administration's ambiguous…
Time Warner is completing its interactive cable network by enlisting a computer maker's help in designing the TV set-top boxes.
George Lucas, who created and produced the "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" trilogies, told an audience of cable executives that he's ready to make movies for new exhibitors such as the phone…
Orly Berger and Christie Rothenberg have been named senior veepees of production and business affairs/administration, respectively, at New York-based Lancit Media Prods.
Mary Alice Dwyer-Dobbin has been promoted to exec vice president, ABC daytime , reporting to recently named president of the daypart Pat Fili-Krushel.
There were no post-holiday blues for several exclusive pictures -- including "Un Coeur en Hiver"-- as alternative fare attracted solid audiences on both coasts.
Agent Ted Kurland Monday accused a local German government office of canceling a concert booking for keyboardist/composer Chick Corea because of the performer's affiliation with the Church of…
Hollywood exex are expected to face a grilling today at a Senate hearing on TV violence. Issue of TV violence has suddenly become all the rage on Capitol Hill, with lawmakers threatening retribution…
Richard Bornstein has been promoted to vice president of worldwide marketing for the Samuel Goldwyn Co., where he will oversee publicity, promotion and advertising.
A month after the Hungarian government partially lifted its four-year ban on private broadcasting, the Budapest city council in recent days opened the door wider to deregulation of Hungary's media…