Loews Cineplex Entertainment Corp. has named Michael G. Pekowsky VP, international legal affairs as part of its expansion into markets outside of North America.
Italy's De Laurentiis Cineplex has announced two executive appointments to help implement and manage its multiplex development plan.
Jean Shepherd, who spun tales on the radio and who co-scripted and narrated the 1983 comedy “A Christmas Story” based on his novel, died Oct. 16 of natural causes in Sanibel Island, Fla. He was 78…
Wim Wenders' "The Million Dollar Hotel" will open The 50th Berlin Intl. Film Festival, which runs Feb. 9-20.
Chris Montan, music exec and producer for the Walt Disney Studios, has been appointed prexy of Walt Disney Music.
Cristofer Shihar, a film, TV and legit hairstylist who worked on a number of pics and TV series this decade, died Oct. 19 of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the UCLA Medical Center. He was 48. Shihar’s…
Prolific composer Frank DeVol, who earned an Oscar nomination for 1967’s “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” and wrote the theme music for the original “The Brady Bunch” and “My Three Sons” TV series…
Van Arsdale France, who created highly successful training programs for Disneyland workers beginning in 1955, died Oct. 13 of pneumonia at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach. He was…
There was a whole lot of lovin' and commercializin' at the "Time of Your Life" preem party sponsored by ESQ watches at Hollywood's Garden of Eden on Tuesday.
Universal Pictures has named Michael Joe VP, business development and strategic planning.
In a series of moves that restructures its senior staff, Bragman Nyman Cafarelli Public Relations and Marketing (BNC) has upped Helene Jaysen and Nadine Ono and hired John Lundy.
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