Platinum Studios, whose CEO shepherded "Men in Black" from comics to the bigscreen, has enlisted Col. John B. Alexander, long an adviser to high-tech novelists and high-ranking intelligence…
Documentary and short-film producer Dan Cogan has established New York-based production company DMC Films to move into features, with an initial slate of 10 projects, including two films in…
The 8th Nantucket Film Festival wrapped Saturday with an awards ceremony that underlined how film and television can make strange bedfellows, also illustrating how corporate sponsorship can be a…
Terrorism, war and now the SARS virus have made life tougher for tradeshow organizers. "We keep making our numbers, but you do sit there and bite your fingernails," said Robert Sunshine, chairman of…
London- and L.A.-based production concern Myriad Pictures has entered into a publishing pact with indie global music publisher Peermusic.
Gotham-based indie production and distribution company Cavu Pictures has acquired worldwide rights to helmer Ghazi Albuliwi's debut feature, "West Bank Brooklyn."
The National Assn. of Television Program Executives' Educational Foundation has announced the winners of its annual 2003 Student Video and Film Production Awards.
American Cinematheque and Vitagraph Films have acquired helmer Don Coscarelli's "Bubba Ho-Tep" for theatrical release.
The American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theater will host a special preview screening of Rick McKay's docu "Broadway: The Golden Age" Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
Dendy Films has picked up Australian/New Zealand rights to Andrew Jarecki's docu "Capturing the Friedmans" from Fortissimo Films.