An Italian senate commission has approved a set of regulations that could pose severe limitations to pay TV, one of the biggest growth areas in European broadcasting.
American forces occupied more of Germany's market in 1992, a year in which the number of people going to the movies shrank by a scary 12%. Art fare and genre pix were down generally, as U.S. studio…
French bank Credit Lyonnais, owner of MGM, yesterday posted a consolidated net loss for 1992 of 765 million francs ($ 139 million).
Trimark Pictures' controversial "Extreme Justice" will bypass the big screen and get its world premiere via Home Box Office.
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. and Gladden Entertainment Corp. have filed separate L.A. Superior Court suits against each other over revenues from the film "Mannequin on the Move," aka "Mannequin…
Sony got the green light from the EC Commission to purchase a large plot of land on Berlin's Potsdamer Platz for 101.1 million marks ($ 62 million). Sony will build its European headquarters on the…
Title Domestic Foreign Total (in millions of dollars) A Few Good Men 134.3 83.4 217.7 Unforgiven 82.8 35.2 118.0 Scent of a Woman 52.6 17.8 70.4 The Crying Game 47.3 7.0 54.3 Howards…
Public TV stations totaled pledges of $ 38.7 million during their March pledge drive, representing a 15.9% increase over the same period last year, according to preliminary data compiled by PBS.
Business manager Lloyd Zeiderman has filed an $ 80 million suit in New York State Supreme Court against former client Barbara Bel Geddes charging that his business sustained severe losses after the…
"Strictly Ballroom" continues to dominate Australia's film scene, winning another batch of awards, this time from the Film Critics' Circle of Australia.
Increased security kept a tightly clenched fist around the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of the Los Angeles Music Center, as more than 500 members of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept., the Los…