Alain Coiffier, Madrid Film Lab prexy, has added duties as Panavision director of operations for France and Spain, effective Dec. 1. He will report to Panavision's European prexy, Dennis Noonan.
The Independent Television Commission has fined Sky News £50,000 ($87,700) over a bogus report from a Royal Navy submarine during the war with Iraq.
The Toronto Intl. Film Festival Group Tuesday presented its 10 best Canadian films for 2003, including Denys Arcand's Cannes honoree, "The Barbarian Invasions."
The Costume Designers Guild has tapped eight recipients for its annual honorary awards to be presented during the sixth annual Costume Designers Guild Awards Feb. 21 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
What sounds like a sententious, TV movie-of-the-week type drama is transformed through sheer excess into an edgy, off-putting piece in "Genius," Babar Ahmed's strange little study of dyslexia. As…
David Shaughnessy will exit as executive producer of CBS Daytime's "The Young and the Restless" on Friday, the Eye has confirmed.
"Dangerous Company" seems to be attracting eclectic company.
With no fanfare, AFTRA has assumed jurisdiction over half a dozen primetime network series in what has been SAG's traditional turf. AFTRA currently covers CBS's "Joan of Arcadia" and "Still…
Paramount has decided to take a flyer on "The Girl Who Could Fly," purchasing the spec script by Victoria Lakeman for mid-six figures for Michael Aguilar and Dean Georgaris to produce.
Move over, Tinkerbell. "Cheaper by the Dozen" has moved into your island. At Sunday's Chinese Theater preem, "Dozen" producer Robert Simonds allowed that Christmas is "a ferociously competitive date"…