Norwegian director John Sullivan's feature debut "Play" will be the first film in Norway theatrically released on DVD.
Miramax, which earlier this year said it would re-release "Confessions of a Dangerous Minds" in August, now plans to return Oscar best pic "Chicago" to theaters in July. In both cases, theatrical…
The nation's biggest seller of DVDs has decided to get more aggressive in its challenge to online rental retailer Netflix.
The group that has been responsible for $2.8 billion in revenue from DVD-premiere movies such as "The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride" now will be called DisneyToon Studios.
If Hollywood is slow to make affordable the digital versions of its movies, TV shows and other material easily, it could get slammed by the same piracy problems ravaging the music biz, said an…
In a full-court press to stem subscriber losses and reinvigorate its broadband brand, America Online has tapped Portland, Ore.-based indie ad agency Wieden + Kennedy to handle its corporate brand…
Warner Bros. has split the operations of its theatrical and homevideo divisions here.
Gotham-based film newsmag IndieWire has won the Intl. Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences' 2003 Webby Award for best Web site in the film category.
Gotham-based indie film/branded entertainment firm Hypnotic officially premiered 10 shorts produced for its Chrysler Million-Dollar Film Festival on the Internet Friday.
Artisan Pictures has picked up North American distribution rights to horror pics "House of the Dead" and "Alone in the Dark."
The Women's National Basketball Assn. has signed a multiyear deal with RealNetworks under which the latter will Webcast basketball games. The league's first-ever Webcast just happened May 31.