Demonstrators took to the streets of Budapest last week and Hungarian President Arpad Goncz pleaded for restraint -- all over recent decisions by Magyar Televizio management that effectively…
"Dark Blood," the Fine Line Features release River Phoenix was shooting at the time of his death last week, will probably shut down in the next week, producer Nik Powell said Thursday in London.
The House Administration Committee has passed campaign reform legislation that requires broadcasters to sell advertising time to political candidates at the "lowest unit rate."
Facing the reality that the American public hates subtitles, French film producer Daniel Toscan du Plantier has made a turnabout and declared that French movies should be dubbed.
A longtime staple of Mad magazine is getting closer to the screen: "Loaded Weapon 1" director Gene Quintano has signed on to write the live action comedy feature "Spy vs. Spy."
Universal Pictures' "Carlito's Way" posted an opening day gross of $ 40,671 on two screens in exclusive engagements in Los Angeles and New York.
A total of 104 distributors and 120 buyers in Central Europe, North and South Americas, Asia and the Pacific regions have confirmed their participation in the second Discop Asia '93, to be held here…
Though the Walt Disney Co. revealed Wednesday that it would post its first quarterly loss since Michael Eisner took the controls nine years ago, the investment community is sticking by the company.
The hopefuls tossing their hats into the programming ring for fall 1994 is increasing. With more than two months to go before the National Assn. of Television Program Executives confab, syndicator MG…
MCA owner Matsushita Electrical Industrial Co. Ltd. denied reports that it would sell part of the studio to Tele-Communications Inc. topper John Malone.
After weeks of frenzied speculation, it's official: BellSouth will replace Liberty Media as QVC's partner in its ongoing quest for Paramount Communications.