Senator Entertainment has tapped vet Peter Heinzemann to head distrib Senator Film Verleih, replacing Benjamin Herrmann.
Dominant commercial broadcaster TF1 has posted a 4.5% hike in first-quarter revenues to E654.4 million ($811.7 million).
The Oz TV drama industry got a boost Monday with the news that terrestrial broadcaster Nine Network is commissioning a seventh series of outback show "McLeod's Daughters," which airs Stateside on…
Lou Ye, helmer of China's Cannes competition pic "Summer Palace," could be banned from working at home and traveling abroad, for failing to submit the pic to the Chinese government for censorship.
Russian viewers will again hear the classic TV closing line "Vy uvoleniy!" (You're fired!) after Moscow web TNT announced that it's prepping a second season of format "The Apprentice," monikered "The…
American history, Canuck-Yankee cultural differences and musings about mortality intertwine quietly -- a little too quietly -- in Joanna McClelland Glass' play "Trying" at San Diego's Old Globe.
The Actors Co-op production of "The Nerd" at Hollywood's Crossley Theatre succeeds fairly well in making quasi-plausible Larry Shue's sitcom-ish setups, simple farce and hammy false-identity…
The Roundabout revival of "The Pajama Game" was a sleeper hit with the Outer Critics Circle, topping the list of the org's award nominations with eight nods.
Dozens of industry figures attended a lavish fund raiser for Hillary Clinton's Senate reelection race on Friday night at the Beverly Hills estate of supermarket magnate Ron Burkle.
"Scrubs" co-exec producer Bill Callahan is remaining in the Touchstone fold, inking a two-year overall deal with the studio. Under the seven-figure pact, Callahan will stay with the show next season…
When it first became apparent last year that the publication date for Dan Brown's next novel would be dragged out to 2006, Sony -- and book retailers -- were happy.