The Producers Guild of America, which had remained on the sidelines during the screener controversy, has asked studios to start sending award screeners to its 2,000 members.
NBC's "Today" on Thursday celebrated its eight-year winning streak as the No. 1 breakfastcast, still boasting a wide and easy lead over the competish.
Cablevision has announced plans to offer four new high-definition channels -- Cinemax, Starz!, Showtime's the Movie Channel and InDemand -- later this month, boosting its slate of high-def channels…
Pan-European film funding body Eurimages is to split $5 million among 11 co-productions including Lars von Trier's "Manderlay" and the live-action version of French comicbook classic "Lucky Luke,"…
Australia's Nine network has commissioned a telepic based on the book "After Bali," by Jason McCartney, an Aussie rules footballer who was one of the heroes who pulled survivors from the wreckage of…
A comicbook about a soccer player and team the Supa Strikas, from the Soweto black township outside Johannesburg, is to be adapted into a 40-episode animated TV series for a Canadian and South…
Cannes Film Festival prexy Giles Jacob is giving a young South African filmmaker a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to produce a one-minute work to be screened at the 2004 fest before the opening pic.
As the final part of "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy bows worldwide, two of New Zealand's most film-friendly regions have combined marketing efforts to make their locations and technical expertise…
Gallic producer Alain Goldman has taken a stake in "Gothika" helmer Mathieu Kassovitz's production company MNP and will produce his next film, the English-language "Babylon Babies," with MNP…
The Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (Casbaa) has re-elected Marcel Fenez for a second two-year term as chairman.
The Ribeiro Group, Brazil's second-largest exhib, has inked a pioneering deal with Internet portal and content provider iG to screen iG's news service, "Ultimo Segundo" (Last Second) in some theaters.