The world preem of Barry Levinson's doc "Poliwood" is among the highlights of Tribeca's lineup of special events and panels.
Todd Moscowitz, chief exec of Warner Music Group's indie labels, is expanding his purview to become exec VP at flagship Warner Bros. Records.
A year after moving across town from City Hall into sparkling new Varick Street digs, public radio station WNYC is opening a live entertainment venue on the ground floor.
Sumner Redstone seems to have picked a good time to sell movie theaters.
Lionsgate's board of directors decided Thursday to express no opinion and remain neutral in regard to Carl Icahn's tender offer for the company's debt.
Hallmark Channel plans to air a network-record 35 telepics in the 2009-10 season, up from 30 in the current year.
The end of an era came Monday for Time Warner as execs revealed Richard D. Parsons would be leaving the conglom's board of directors.
Tribeca has set 27 projects and 24 filmmakers to be part of fest-within-a-fest Tribeca All Access.
Anne Hathaway will play Judy Garland in the Weinstein Co.'s legit and film adaptations of the Gerald Clarke-penned biography "Get Happy."
With the economy in the tank and corporate sponsors in retreat, it's not easy running a film festival these days.
The New York film scene is undergoing its biggest shakeup in years, mostly due to possible changes at downtown/uptown rivals Tribeca and the Film Society of Lincoln Center.