The 13th annual American Film Market officially kicks off its nine-day run today and if AFM estimates are accurate, some 10,000 will descend on Santa Monica and spend more than $ 1 million a day.
A new company for film development and production, Oak Island Films, has been formed in Gotham by producer-distributor Ken Schwenker.
Despite recent losses of $ 1 million a day, long-term prospects for France's Euro Disney theme park are good, Walt Disney Co. exex said at yesterday's shareholders meeting in Anaheim.
If Hollywood has a future, it's going to come in a number of foreign languages and be wholly interactive, Michael Schulhof maintains.
Just five months after its inception, Arrow Entertainment has pinpointed its plans to forge into theatrical distribution.
Reflecting changes in the entertainment industry, George Lucas is splitting his company into two.
Rap star Doug E. Fresh is making his feature debut in the urban adventure film "Let's Get Bizzee," the first film by director Carl Clay.
Japanese electronics giant JVC has agreed to fund the development of three pictures to be produced by Robert De Niro's indie company Tribeca.
TriStar Pictures confirmed the start of production on the Nicolas Cage/Shirley MacLaine starrer "Guarding Tess," which will be directed by Hugh Wilson and produced by Ned Tanen, Nancy Graham Tanen…
Just six months after British producer Stephen Woolley's Palace Pictures went bankrupt, the maverick has been named best film producer of the year by the Producers Guild of America for "The Crying…
The Australian Broadcasting Corp. has joined the state and federal film bodies to sponsor a series of seven-minute documentaries from new Aussie filmmakers.