Chris O'Donnell's George Street Pictures has renewed its first-look deal with Warner Bros. for two more years.
The Tisch School of the Arts' Kanbar Institute of Film & TV at NYU will honor vet docu filmmaker George C. Stoney at a two-day special event this fall.
MGM Home Entertainment said Monday it has inked a distribution deal with E3 Corp. and plans to let its deal with Warner Home Video expire in 2000.
Paramount has purchased the rights to "My Father, the Spy" an article by John H. Richardson that appeared in the March issue of Esquire. Paul Attanasio, screenwriter of "Donnie Brasco" and "Quiz…
Overall admissions to German theaters were down 11% to 61.8 million for the first six months of 1999 compared to the year-ago period, while total revenues fell from $413 million to $361 million. Biz…
"Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" took off in Japan this weekend, breaking the opening-weekend attendance record set last July by "Godzilla."
Karlovy Vary film fest's press officers Pavel Melounek and Marek Brodsky got lucky at this year's edition. Melounek told Variety that "Helluva Good Luck," a film they co-produced under their…
DVD was clearly the star of the three-day confab held by the Video Software Dealers' Assn. at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Universal's low-budget teen sex comedy "American Pie" scored the No. 1 spot with a studio estimated $18.1 million three-day opening.
"Eyes Wide Shut" will be seen by the American public just as Stanley Kubrick finished it before his death in March -- with the exception of 65 seconds of sexual material that the Motion Picture Assn…
Vivica A. Fox has been cast as the femme lead in Steven Bochco’s upcoming CBS medical drama “City of Angels.” Fox will star opposite Blair Underwood as the medical director of the inner-city hospital…