Joe Gareri has joined Unitel Video as executive producer of UniFx, a unit of the video postproduction company. He will report to Ron Silveira, president of Unitel's West Coast operations. Gareri was…
Miramax Films announced that it has pushed "Ethan Frome" from its skedded Jan. 22 debut back to a nationwide opening Feb. 26. Directed by John Madden, the pic stars Liam Neeson, Patricia Arquette and…
Comedian Bob Saget and his wife have petitioned the Los Angeles Superior Court for an order sealing any references to their address or property ownership in county records.
Romeo Muller, who wrote such perennial Yuletide TV specials as "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,""Frosty the Snowman" and "The Little Drummer Boy," died yesterday morning at his home in High Falls…
Theodore Ripp, 78, father of rock 'n' roll music pioneer Artie Ripp, died Dec. 21 in North Hollywood of respiratory complications.
Low-budget filmmaker Troma Inc. sued New Line Cinema Corp. for $ 50 million, charging that New Line reneged on a deal to make a movie based on Troma's cartoon characters.
Dr. Jennifer Patterson and Howard Stringer, an adopted boy, David Ridley Stringer, Dec. 26. Father is prexy CBS/Broadcast Group; mother is non-pro.
R-Tek Corp. posted a net loss of $ 16.8 million ($ 3.25 a share) for fiscal 1992 that ended June 30.
Viewer's Choice, which is introducing its Viewer's Choice Continuous Hits pay-per-view service nationally on Feb. 1, will introduce a second channel of this around-the-clock PPV movie service at that…
Zepha Bogert, a founding member of Women in Film, died Dec. 6 in Toluca Lake after a long illness.