A filmmaker who repeatedly declared in his work that cinema is dead, a revolutionary anti-capitalist who alienated virtually everyone who had joined him in the anarchistic and collectivist movement…
Eric Rohmer is being honored at this year's Venice Intl. Film Festival for his lifetime achievement in the cinema. For some of us cinephiles, this gesture of formal recognition is eminently well…
The summer's biggest B.O. videogame movie, "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider," will come into play on video Nov. 13 with an unusual bonus on the rental-priced videocassette version: an extra featurette.
Universal Pictures Franchise Development president Louis Feola has been chosen the first recipient of the Video Premiere Pioneer Award from Daily Variety sister publication Video Business.
Nine months away from the soccer World Cup, relations are becoming strained between Germany's Kirch group, which is selling the TV rights, and wary European broadcasters who don't want to fork out…
Oh, baby: The CBS promo wizards are getting a little infantile in their latest fall marketing campaign. Eye execs have enlisted chatty child Baby Bob to serve as the net's new on-air spokesman.
The long-simmering battle between studios and video-rental retailers -- particularly Blockbuster -- is escalating into all-out war. And the result may revolutionize the way studios price their videos…
USA has picked up an original reality series for the pre-teen market called "Go For It!" Show will premiere Sept. 15.
If any more slings or arrows were hurled in the direction of NBC's vaunted Thursday lineup, it would need to check into "ER."
In an unusual twist, the only place the special edition of Dimension's "Spy Kids" will be offered for the foreseeable future is in movie theaters.