In a boost to its Festival Direct video-on-demand service, IFC has struck a package deal for 10 films repped by Celluloid Dreams.
Movie-based videogame publisher Brash Entertainment has laid off 20 employees and is in talks with studios about returning licenses as it struggles to find new financing.
Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group has acquired domestic homevid and TV distrib rights to the release slate of Senator U.S. beginning with Bret Easton Ellis' "The Informers."
Blockbuster said that rentals rose last month despite a weak slate of titles and tough retail climate. Topper Jim Keyes projected further gains in coming months as Americans opt to stay in and make…
The hottest market in videogames may be casual players, but hardcore gamers still want their red meat -- and that's exactly what "Gears of War 2" provides.
TriggerStreet.com founders Kevin Spacey and Dana Brunetti announced "Parallels" as the 2008 Online Film Festival winner.
Without Google's muscle behind it, Yahoo's chances for digging out of a long slump are looking even poorer, making it appear more likely that the company will turn to Microsoft or AOL to help weather…
Recently merged vidgame giant Activision Blizzard expressed cautious optimism that it can keep performing during the economic slowdown, while smaller competitor THQ announced a major restructuring as…
Adult Swim has acquired off-net rights to "King of the Hill" from Twentieth Television and will use the toon series to help it expand its nightly programming by one hour.
A $20.8 million charge related to the breakup of IAC/InterActive Corp. into five operating units sent Barry Diller's Netco to a quarterly loss of $14.8 million for the quarter.