MGM Home Entertainment knows all video retailers have an enormous appetite for the video version of "Hannibal," the top-grossing theatrical release of the year so far, but the studio hopes to entice…
"Tabloid," the debut movie by award-winning Brit TV director David Blair, will topline the Cannes slate of London-based sales agent Park Entertainment.
Director Alberto Barbera plans to radically redefine the 58th Venice Intl. Film Festival in an attempt to make it more democratic by reducing the number of principal sections to two, both competitive.
ABC is finalizing plans with the cast of the upcoming Disney feature "Pearl Harbor" to appear in a series of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" editions.
Gregory Peck will serve as this year's honorary chairman for the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra's 12th annual Silent Film Gala, to be held June 9 at UCLA's Royce Hall.
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Warner Bros. Domestic Cable has sold cable TV rights to 66 older movies to TNN, the Viacom-owned network, for a total license fee of about $20 million.
German licensing company Splendid Medien has agreed to a capital increase of 10 million euro ($8.9 million), placing the shares with New York investment group GEM Global Yield Fund.
Artistic License Films will handle domestic distribution for Sundance 2000 entry "Snow Days," now retitled "Let It Snow."
Oculus Pictures and Joni Sighvatsson's Palomar Pictures have acquired the rights to Anita Diamant's bestselling novel "The Red Tent," with Oculus principal Ramaa Mosley on board to direct.
Gotham-based TV producer BNNtv.com said Tuesday former Shooting Gallery prexy Steve Carlis has come on board to lead the group's fledgling digital film operation, CameraPlanet Pictures.
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