Indie company HOD Film Prods. has set a slate of seven features with $ 17 million in the coffers to finance them over the next two years.
Gerald Thomas, 72, director of the long-running “Carry On” series of bawdy British film comedies, died Nov. 9 in Beaconsfield, England. The series, which began with “Carry on Sergeant” in 1959 and…
Gordon Hewitt, film buyer, died July 8 in San Carlos of a heart attack. He was 80. He worked for Fox West Coast Theaters, National General and Mann Theaters.
Terri Guarnieri has been named exec producer of the NBC daytime soap "Another World."
Universal CityWalk raised the curtain Monday on the Panasonic Pavilion, a high-tech carnival and electronics showcase, which is the first cooperative effort with the Matsushita group of companies.
Top execs for the Communications Workers of America will join the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians at the bargaining table for talks with NBC.
Carol Reynolds has left her position as president of Canada's Paragon Prods. -- a division of Paragon Entertainment -- to form an independent production company.
GTE has filed a petition with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco, challenging the Federal Communication Commission's recision of GTE's authority to operate a cable…
Comic Bernie Mac, who's appeared in the features "Mo' Money" and the upcoming "House Party 3," has signed a development deal at Fox Broadcasting Co. for a pilot to be produced by Ralph Farquhar…
The L.A. County Museum of Art on Dec. 8 hosts the West Coast bow of MGM’s urban drama “Six Degrees of Separation,” starring Donald Sutherland, Stockard Channing and Will Smith. Helmer Fred Schepisi…