European production-sales house, Hengameh Panahi's Paris-based Celluloid Dreams, is entering micro-budget production.
China's Film Bureau has teamed up with China Radio International to set up a foreign-language website to promote Chinese films overseas, a move that further underlines the country's growing ambitions…
Tribune Co. is folding the operations of its Zap2It movie and TV listings website into the entertainment news side of the Los Angeles Times.
Naming Mark Whitaker its D.C. bureau chief, NBC News has filled one vacancy left by the recent death of Tim Russert.
Andrew Meieran's Bureau of Moving Pictures has hired scribes for three projects, including "Incandescent," the story of the Edison-Tesla battle over their rival systems of electrical current.
Andrew Meieran has made a tidy sum rehabbing historic properties around L.A. Now he's pouring that coin into another kind of property -- film projects.
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