The Screening Room restaurant and cinema, 54 Varick St., New York, (212) 334-2100. This N.Y. first combines food, cocktails and movies. The 132-seat cinema boasts loveseats from the 1940s and shows…
French efforts to bring Gallic culture to the Arab world suffered a setback this month when millions of Middle East viewers, expecting to tune into Canal France Intl.'s Saturday-afternoon educational…
MovieFone Inc. was awarded $22.7 million Wednesday in its damages suit against equipment manufacturer Pacer/Cats by a panel of the American Arbitration Assn.
When the German New Wave hit U.S. shores in the mid-1970s, then-exhibitor Ray Price made it his personal mission to screen every German film he could get his hands on.
You can call it "Snow White Y Los Siete Enanos," now that a deal has been struck to bring Disney's 1937 animated classic "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" for the first time to Latin American…
The film business is rife with outlandish stories about the scars writers have incurred pumping their independent visions up onto the screen.
While filmmakers have long been pointing the cameras back at themselves in self-reflexive meditations on the Hollywood machine, rarely have the results of such a film proved as ironic as they have…
While there's still no official word from the studio, station sources say Columbia TriStar Television Distribution is stepping up efforts to launch a syndie daytime strip hosted by Donny and Marie…
One constant hitch in the indie finance game comes when actors and their agents and managers want to be assured of their share of overseas revenues, especially when they are working for deferred…
Self-distributing filmmakers soon will have a new venue: Hollywood's venerable Egyptian Theater.
French communications company Pathe stumped up the reported $62 million budget for Adrian Lyne's long-finished "Lolita." But it seems that even with that kind of money invested, the Gauls are nervous…