In the first major production deal of the new regime at Fine Line Features, the company has picked up worldwide rights to the British project "The Sleeping Dictionary" from London-based Hat Trick…
It appears that French-Canadian filmmakers who have not already received federal production funding from Telefilm Canada are out of luck until next year.
Interviews of the "Seinfeld" cast have boosted "Dateline NBC" to its highest Tuesday rating in three months, putting NBC narrowly first in May 12 primetime Nielsen results, while Fox's reality…
Profits from one-time asset sales helped cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. overcome weak operational earnings and turn a profit of $318 million in the first quarter, it said Wednesday, compared…
In an upbeat report on the state of the Gallic film industry, France's Centre National de la Cinematographie head Marc Tessier reported the most active year in a decade. Last year, the French…
Edwin Baedor Bryant, a retired film editor, died of natural causes March 14 in Laguna Hills. He was 88.
Nelvana Ltd. has appointed two new execs to its business affairs department.
The acrimony between the Sinclair Broadcast Group and UPN shows no sign of abating.
Castle Communications, the Brit record company that owns the entire back catalog of '60s pop group the Kinks, is being sold in a court auction in New York on May 21 for a minimum of $31 million.
Willem Dafoe, in Cannes to help pitch "Lulu on the Bridge," says he's setting up "Continental Drift" to produce and topline, with Agnieszka Holland attached to helm.
Former Broadway actress and St. Paul, Minn., benefactor Ruth Easton, died March 16 of natural causes at her home in Beverly Hills. Her age was unreported.