A two-hour telepic based on the true story of a man wrongly jailed for 23 years has swept the 14th annual Gemini Award nominations, it was announced Tuesday.
Search Results for: h
Digital Entertainment Network, the online broadcaster of original TV-like programming, plans to hold an initial stock sale that could raise as much as $75 million.
Producer Dick Wolf is close to naming a new showrunner for his WB midseason drama “DC,” leaving the future of current co-exec producer John August in doubt. Sources close to the production say that Wolf and August haven’t seen eye to eye on the creative direction of the skein, which revolves around young professionals working… Read more »
Fearing its lifeline will be cut, South Africa’s film industry will challenge free-to-air channel e.tv’s plans to cut its local content commitments along with the level of local productions it outsources.
Chief film critic Janet Maslin is ankling the New York Times at the end of the year, though she and the paper are keeping mum about her plans.
One year after her first public appearance as Fininvest VP, Marina Berlusconi told the annual gathering of the company’s ad sales unit, Publitalia, about continuing plans for its growth.
NTL has completed a $5 million deal with technology supplier Diva U.K. to set up a video-on-demand movie service for the cable operator’s digital TV platform.
The Eastman Kodak Co. said Tuesday it will sell its Image Bank, a collection of 30 million photographs and 15,000 hours of stock film footage, to Getty Images for $183 million in cash in order to focus on its separate online photo delivery operation.
Sinclair Broadcast Group put Wall Street on notice Tuesday that a soft TV market means its cash flow and revenue for the second half of the year will be lower than anticipated.
Hurricane Floyd didn’t prevent Broadway from staging a rebound. Overall, gross was at $7,939,904 with 23 shows. Previous week, it stood at $7,409,128 with 22. “Dame Edna,” in previews, is the newcomer.