April showered the box office with the first record-breaking frame of 1999, posting a 30-day cume of $448.2 million. Admissions for the span weren't quite as heady, however, slipping 2% from 1998 and…
"La Bomba," a sly comedy about two waiters posing as mobsters in New York's Little Italy, received the audience award at the closing ceremonies Saturday of the first Los Angeles Festival of Italian…
The MIDIA 99 Ibero-American Film and TV market has dropped its DIGISAT event, which had been aimed at boosting sales between satellite and cable TV channel operators in Spain and Latin America.
In the kind of pyrrhic victory perhaps only Broadway could provide, the bankrupt and soon-to-be sold Livent snapped up 17 Tony nominations Monday, with its musicals "Parade" (a co-production with…
In a move that will significantly boost its production and acquisition capabilities, Cary Woods' Independent Pictures has inked a $50 million revolving credit line with Chase Manhattan Bank.
Gotham investment bank Lehman Brothers will take a 3.1% stake in Kirch Media, the core holding of Munich-based media heavyweight the Kirch Group, according to German daily Die Welt.
Exhibitors in many territories were cursing Hollywood last week as a bunch of U.S. loser pics ventured abroad, deepening the B.O. malaise in most of Europe and Asia.
Fears that Hollywood will one day be a ghost town for production surprise the president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees & Moving Picture. But that's not to say there…
There was more than a hint of "I told you so" when Warner Bros. announced Friday that Stanley Kubrick's "Eyes Wide Shut" had received an R-rating from the MPAA.
Peter Guber's Mandalay Media Arts, which recently wrapped production on the 3-D large-format film "Galapagos" for the Smithsonian Institution, is putting its faith in the giant screen industry and…