Foreign Media has licensed DVD and video rights in the Benelux territories for MarVista Entertainment's "South of Heaven West of Hell," "Dead Silence," "Sounder," "Misty," "A Dog of Flanders," "Mary…
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Cary Grant's birth, several studios are releasing for the first time on DVD movies in which the actor starred.
In a second-day American Film Market deal, U.S. specialty distributor TLA Releasing has taken North American theatrical and DVD/video rights to Spaniard Miguel Albaladejo's "Cachorro" (Bear Cub)…
Zenpix has signed an agreement with New York-based Screen Media Ventures to acquire domestic DVD/video and syndicated TV distrib rights to six of the company's titles.
Continuing to expand its slate of franchiseable animated DVD movie characters and properties, Lions Gate has picked up homevid distrib rights from longtime production partner Mainframe Entertainment…
The Norwegian Film Fund has for the first time subsidized the development of computer games, allocating about $200,000 to Funcom's "Dream Fall" and $100,000 to Minimedia's "The Kids on the Block."
The Motion Picture Assn. has nabbed one of the Justice Dept.'s top legal eagles to head its international anti-piracy campaign.
As the nation goes "Passion" crazy, Internet video-on-demand company CinemaNow is teaming with ABC News to offer Diane Sawyer's interview with Mel Gibson for online pay-per-view.
Get ready for a "Project Greenlight" for the gaming world. America Online and Cartoon Network are teaming up to offer the winning team from the upcoming Independent Games Festival the vidgame…
In a move that will help Nintendo executives sleep easier this holiday season, Sony has confirmed it is delaying the North America launch of its PSP handheld gaming system until the first quarter of…
As Bill Murray is up for best actor during the Oscar ceremony Sunday night, Tiger Woods will be re-enacting one of Murray's most popular cinematic moments from "Caddyshack."