Conde Nast pulled the plug Monday on Portfolio, its $100 million experiment in business journalism.
Four films selected from 475 submissions won Tribeca All Access prizes.
Jack Nicholson made a rare panel appearance Saturday, joining Robert Evans, Brad Grey and moderator Peter Bart for a group meditation on showbiz past and present.
Steven Spielberg, Bruce Springsteen and Charlize Theron have joined the list of presenters for the Chaplin Award being presented Monday to Tom Hanks.
Cinetic is launching an international sales and consulting division to be led by ex-2929 international chief Shebnem Askin-Schreger.
SnagFilms, the nascent digital distribution outfit backed by former top AOL execs, has set pacts with three fests: Hot Docs, Outfest and Full Frame.
"Whatever Works" opens a decidedly leaner and less splashy Tribeca Film Festival this year.
Despite the tough economic climate, especially in the indie sector, GreeneStreet Films has landed a four-year revolving credit facility with CIT Group.
NBC Universal reported a quarterly operating profit plunge of 45% even as parent GE was posting better-than-expected results Friday and buoying Wall Street's spirits.
Elisabeth Shue will topline Dimension Films' "Piranha 3D," which starts shooting in May.
Jonathan Miller was officially named News Corp.'s digital honcho Wednesday, taking on many of the duties of the soon-to-exit Peter Chernin.
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