April 6, 2000 Scott Gries of ImageDirect took all of the photographs at the Variety/Schroders Big Bicture Conference. Some credits were incorrect in Wednesday’s paper. * * * Ana Gasteyer is a cast…
MTV plans to step up documentary production via its new MTV News and Docs division, which will debut its first project this month.
In response to damning criticism leveled at the entertainment industry after school shootings, DIC Entertainment and advocacy org Mediascope have launched revised guidelines for kids' programming.
Emma Thompson and director Mike Nichols have committed to making the HBO original movie "Wit," based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Margaret Edson.
Satcaster Sky reported a 1999 year-end total of 951,000 subs in four Latam markets, up from 614,000 a year ago.
CBS' new mob entry "Falcone" has gotten whacked in its first night out. The Columbia TriStar series, which the network promoted heavily during its coverage of the NCAA men's basketball championship…
"Spin City" co-creator Bill Lawrence has landed a pilot commitment from ABC to develop a new half-hour comedy for mid-season.
With "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" jumping on its broom and heading to the WB, the future of ABC's long-running TGIF franchise is in doubt.
Although a script for a planned sequel to “Stuart Little” is not yet complete, Columbia Pictures is trying to nail down Rob Minkoff to reprise his directing duties. The problem is that the success of…
Danielle Whelton has been named CNN's White House exec producer, replacing John Gilmore, who will become a senior producer for the cable news network's "Larry King Live."
The Independent Film Channel has partnered with John Malkovich's production company Mr. Mudd to de-velop original content for Web, broadband and television. As part of the deal, Mr. Mudd -- formed by…