Alfonso Cuaron is developing a film version of Ron McLarty's 1988 novel "The Memory of Running," with an eye to directing the pic.
CBS found the ratings end zone in a big way Sunday, with the AFC championship game putting a cap on the first half of a season that has the Eye leading its rivals across the board.
Cinepolis, Mexico's largest exhibitor, has donated $200,000 -- a day's box office receipts nationwide -- to victims of last month's tsunami disaster.
The Aussie B.O. improved by nearly 5% to a record A$907.2 million ($680.4 million) in 2004, according to figures released by the Motion Picture Distribu-tors Assn. of Australia.
Thomas Rabe, finance chief at pan-European broadcaster RTL Group, will succeed Siegfried Luther as chief financial officer at RTL parent Bertelsmann next January when Luther retires.
Helmer Fernando Meirelles' indie production company O2 Filmes and local No. 1 net TV Globo have renewed their production agreement for three more years.
Katsuji Ebisawa, president of Japanese pubcaster NHK, resigned Tuesday.
TV-Loonland topper Peter Voelkle has ankled the tyke licensing and production company in the wake of an investigation by the Munich district attorney's office into alleged tax evasion.
Gay Nazis, the legacy of Chechnya, thesp Horst Buchholz and the true story behind "Dog Day Afternoon" are some of the subjects examined in the documentary section of the Berlin Intl. Film Festival's…
Blighty's dominant commercial broadcaster, ITV, has scored a psychologically important victory over its rival, satcaster BSkyB.
Life throws a famous actress some last minute rewrites in "Heights," an entertaining ensembler marbled with wit and heartache. Chris Terrio's surehanded helming debut intelligently deploys a…