HBO and Miramax were the best looking of 2002, according to nominations for the fourth annual Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild Awards, announced Wednesday.
Alan Bergman will return as chair of the Governors Ball for the 75th Academy Awards. For the sixth time and the second year in a row,
Lions Gate has bought back video distribution rights to nearly two dozen of its biggest titles from Universal Studios Home Video, including "Affliction," "Gods and Monsters" and "American Psycho."
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Brian Grazer, co-chairman of film and TV producer Imagine Entertainment, will be honored at ShoWest 2003 with a lifetime achievement award.
Danish toy giant Lego has taken a brick out of its wall, building production company Create TV & Film out of its Lego Media Intl. unit's TV and film division.
New Line Cinema has upped Gillian Brooks to VP of field publicity and promotions.
Despite temporary dislocation, the film and media department of the Museum of Modern Art has skedded a full slate of programs and screenings for the first half of the year.
Austin Studios, a project of the Austin Film Society, celebrated an impressive two years of production in November with a birthday bash for its film crew.
Atom Egoyan's "Ararat," Guy Madden's "Dracula: Pages From a Virgin's Diary" and "Spider" from David Cronenberg are among the Toronto Intl. Film Festival Group's picks for the Top Ten 2002.
United Intl. Pictures has appointed Paul Takaki as topper of its Japanese arm. He replaces Kiri Inomata, who is leaving after 19 years with the company.
The 20th edition of the Miami Intl. Film Fest unspools Feb. 21-March 2 with 65 features and full-length docus and three long shorts in the biggest program to date.