Rysher Entertainment has committed to a second syndie season of "Prime Suspect," a homegrown KNBC-TV show that started off in Los Angeles as "Murder One."
Arriflex Corp. rolled out a new film camera last weekend, plus a computer accessory that could speed up the film editing process.
A GREEN LIGHT FOR BLUE CHIPS: Ron Shelton's long-in-development-hell project "Blue Chips," about corruption in college basketball, is finally going to get its day on the big-screen court, with…
The American Society of Cinematographers has announced nominees in the theatrical category for the seventh annual ASC Outstanding Achievement Awards.
The self-proclaimed "king of all media" wouldn't mind becoming the king of network late night. He's not sure he'll ever get the chance, but Howard Stern said he's interested in taking a stab at David…
"Bad Lieutenant,""Gas Food Lodging,""Mississippi Masala,""One False Move" and "The Player" are the best-feature nominees for the eighth annual Independent Spirit Awards, announced yesterday by the…
Following a reshuffle at New Zealand's largest production facility, Avalon NFU Studios, managing director Reg Russ has been moved sideways to make room for Gary Mollard, brought in from outside the…
In addition to his director of the year honor from NATO/ShoWest, Clint Eastwood will receive the Motion Picture Showmanship Award at the Publicists Guild of America's 30th annual awards luncheon.
NBC will bench the drama "Reasonable Doubts" during the February sweeps as the web tries a variety of program stunts in an effort to boost its Tuesday lineup.
In a pre-NATPE shake-up, MTM TV Distribution president Kevin Tannehill has been replaced by Marc Grayson as head of the company's syndication wing.
Lucy Johnson has been elevated to VP, daytime programs and non-network special projects, at CBS Entertainment, expanding her responsibility to include developing daytime programs for firstrun…