Greta Garbo, 84, the most successful and glamorous screen star during Hollywood's Golden Age, died April 15 in New York. In keeping with her obsession for privacy, hospital would not reveal the cause…
Strongest starters among exclusive film releases were pictures with homosexual themes this week, adding to a large number of successful lesbian and gay-oriented 1993 releases.
Audiences didn't heed the title of Miramax's "Benefit of the Doubt," rejecting the Donald Sutherland-starrer as one of the few new exclusive entries in the marketplace.
Few new exclusives braved opening against the summer blockbusters, but at least in Manhattan the weekend brought nearly across-the-board improvement to solo runs.
"Orlando" remained the top attraction in exclusive runs as indies successfully competed in various locales with the majors over the July 4th holiday.
Beach weather definitely put a dent in attendance for exclusive entries on both coasts. Sony Pictures Classics launched "Jacquot," Agnes Varda's film about her late husband, Jacques Demy, for a…
Blockbuster studio releases continued to draw all the headlines, but exclusive runs aimed at upscale patrons made plenty of noise of their own this past weekend, particularly in Manhattan.
Novelist Virginia Woolf demonstrated a want-to-see factor comparable to Michael Crichton, at least in Manhattan, where the exclusive launch of "Orlando" drew turnaway crowds.
There were no post-holiday blues for several exclusive pictures -- including "Un Coeur en Hiver"-- as alternative fare attracted solid audiences on both coasts.
It takes too long for the courtroom thriller "Guilty as Sin" to heat up and engage an audience. Despite some intriguing plot twists and a visceral wind-up, Sidney Lumet's study of a war of wills is…