Walt Disney Pictures' marketing campaign for "101 Dalmatians" has picked up November's excellence in film marketing award from the Hollywood-based Film Information Council.
Eyemark Entertainment has sold its new weekly action hour "Pensacola: Wings of Gold" to the CBS Television Stations and the Partner Stations Network for fall.
Broadway's beleaguered Circle in the Square will shift from a subscription base to a membership system beginning with its production of Brit import "Stanley" in February.
Disney's most recent animated pic just missed crossing the century mark in 1996, crossing the threshold Thursday instead. It's the 13th film from last year to hit that mark domestically.
Writer-director Phil Alden Robinson (“Field of Dreams”) will be the featured presenter at the Humanitas seminar Thursday. The seminar, running 7:30-10 p.m., will be held at 10750 Ohio Ave. in…
Moviegoing in the Santiago area - 60% of Chile's total - dropped by 9% in 1996 due to a very weak first semester. The slippage was partly compensated for by a series of blockbusters in the second…
"Eerie, Indiana" - the short-lived NBC supernatural series that last aired in 1992 - has come back to life on the Fox Kids Network.
In 1941, Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" was duking it out with John Ford's "How Green Was My Valley" for the best picture Oscar.
Pilar Miro's "A Dog in the Manger" (El Perro del hortelano), which has grossed $1.3 million at local wickets and is still going strong, has nabbed 12 nominations for this month's Goya awards, Spain's…
A battle is brewing between ABC Entertainment and ABC News, as the former wants to schedule David Kelley's midseason drama "The Practice" in the Wednesday 10 p.m. slot currently held by the ABC News…
"Cold Comfort Farm," "Dead Man Walking," "Emma," "The English Patient" and "The Portrait of a Lady" were nominated for USC's Scripter Awards, honoring authors and screenwriters of works adapted to…