Federal Communications Commission chief of staff Blair Levin is exiting the agency after serving in the top post for almost four years --- longer than anyone else has held the job.
South Africa and Canada are to sign an official film and television co-production agreement early next month, to coincide with the second Southern African Intl. Film and Television Market Nov. 3-7 in…
Some 200 film commissioners from around the world are expected to descend on Newport Beach this weekend for AFCI's Cineposium '97, entitled "Above and Beyond."
The U.S. film "Gattaca," directed by Andrew Niccol, picked up the prize for best pic at the Catalan Intl. Film Festival here, which wrapped Oct. 19.
Scott Caan has inked his first acting gig in a major studio film, playing an assassin hired to pursue star Will Smith in Bruckheimer Prods. and Touchstone Pictures political conspiracy thriller…
In the wake of the Village Roadshow/Intermedia split revealed last week in London, Village Roadshow has announced the new structure of its international force with the addition of Mimi Steinbauer as…
The Directors Guild of America has announced that it will posthumously restore the status of Herbert Biberman, nearly five decades after the blacklisted director was stripped of his position as a…
Noah Wyle is set to star as a Third Reich mastermind in the Euro co-production "The Populist," to be directed by Ted Kotcheff from a script by Oscar-winning "Gandhi" scribe John Briley.
Irene Jacob, Rob Morrow and John Hurt will topline "Magic," the first pic on a slate that producer Harris Tulchin is shopping around Mifed.
Officially Mifed still has two days to run, but in reality the serious trading ended Wednesday as the big buyers prepared to leave town and the leading sales companies hustled to close their final…
The lunchtime crowd at Ago --- the new Melrose Avenue restaurant at the site of the former Cicada --- got to watch a Wednesday lunchtime broil between "Natural Born Killers" original screenwriter…