Columbia Pictures has signed an agreement to distribute the Square Co.'s computer-animated "Final Fantasy: The Movie." Production on the fully digitized computer-generated film is under way at…
Move over Salma, here comes Thalia. Mexico's most successful TV actress of the 1990s, Thalia (pronounced Ta-lee-a) has pacted with Kushner-Locke to star in an English-lingo romantic comedy.
MR Film is producing Europe's first Imax picture, "The Wonder of the White Horses." The film traces the history of the famous Lippizzan horses and Vienna's 400-year-old Spanish Riding School.
Paramount Pictures' strong performance at the box office and a turnaround at Blockbuster Video drove Viacom Inc. to a fivefold increase in third-quarter net profit to $157 million (before one-time…
"Windhorse," the acclaimed pro-Tibetan film pulled last week by its director from the upcoming Hawaii Intl. Film Festival, will be shown after all.
Echoing the dispute over "Schindler's List" four years ago, Steven Spielberg is at loggerheads with the film censorship board in Malaysia, this time over "Saving Private Ryan."
New Yorker Films has acquired U.S. rights to Mohsen Makhmalbaf's "The Silence" and Robert Lepage's "No," which both screened at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
The Gore Commission has backed away from President Clinton's suggestion that broadcasters be forced to provide free airtime for political candidates.
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday upheld an arbitrator’s ruling that TriStar Pictures erred in editing Michael Apted’s “Thunderheart” for television. Judge Alex…
The Republicans' failure to convert President Clinton's sex scandal into big gains in Congress diminished the hopes of network lobbyists who saw an opportunity to increase their own chances to loosen…
In the biggest production commitment in Australian film history, "Star Wars" director George Lucas Wednesday announced the second and third prequels in his 20th Century Fox sci-fi franchise will…