Fourth quarter and year-ending results for Trimark Holdings Inc., parent of Trimark Pictures, showed a marked improvement over last year's figures, bolstered by the controversial "Extreme Justice"…
In an effort to reduce the number of illegal sell-through and rental copies of "It's a Wonderful Life," Republic Pictures Corp. is offering retailers upgraded versions of the 1946 classic for $ 5.
Ending a five-year feud, Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus confirmed Wednesday that they have reteamed. Globus, the chairman of Melrose Entertainment, will distribute all product of Golan's 21st Century…
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Jan Yarbrough, a 20-year veteran of the post-production industry, has been appointed executive vice president and chief executive officer of ATS Acquisition Corp. Inc. and a member of the ATS board…
The Los Angeles chapter of the Women's Action Coalition is protesting the film "Boxing Helena" and its advertising campaign for allegedly glamorizing violence against women.
Though experiencing an $ 18,025 dip in weekend ticket sales, The Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" still outsprinted the rest last weekend in limited release, totaling $ 76,918 at the box…
The Gersh Agency has sued Robert Duva, a former talent agent in its New York office, alleging he failed to renew client contracts so he could assume sole representation.
The Film Information Council has voted Warner Bros. its Excellence in Film Marketing Award for July for "Free Willy."
In what may be the first of its kind in the country, City News Service and former CBS-TV news director John Lippman are creating a video newswire service for local television stations.
Orion Home Video has signed an agreement to distribute two of Steinhardt Baer Pictures' upcoming low-budget films to the domestic homevideo marketplace.
The Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" still reigned last weekend in limited release, totaling $ 94,943 in ticket sales in New York and Los Angeles -- about $ 2,000 more than last weekend.