Lawrence Safir has joined the ranks of salaried representatives of the American Film Marketing Assn. as chairman of AFMA-Europe.
Tele-Communications Inc. has made it official, announcing on Friday that it will make a $ 90 million investment in Carolco Pictures for pay-per-view programming.
New Line Cinema's "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III" has been awarded the Film Information Council's Film Marketing Award for the month of March.
NBC hopes to burn up the ratings track next fall with Paramount Network TV's "Viper," a high-tech action series originally developed at CBS, which ultimately passed on the project.
VH-1, the MTV-owned video-music network aimed at 25- to 49-year-olds, is about to start taping its most elaborate strip series ever, a tongue-in-cheek gameshow called "Rumor Has It."
Paramount Pictures has placed director John McTiernan's Western "Bitterroot" into conditional, limited turnaround, sources confirmed Friday.
Faced with debt of more than $ 1 million, Long Beach Civic Light Opera directors have decided to reorganize the non-profit theater's operations and cut from the top.
The following have been added to the 46th Cannes Film Festival: IN COMPETITION Mazeppa … Bartabas Libera Me … Alain Cavalier Louis, Enfant Roi … Roger Planchon Faraway, So Close! … Wim Wenders UN…
Cannes Film Festival director Gilles Jacob bristled Thursday at reporters' suggestions that big American films were conspicuously absent from the sked.
A jury has delivered a mixed verdict in a civil suit filed by a computer technician who claimed she was attacked by members of rap singer Hammer's entourage.
Tele-Communications Inc.'s proposed drive into pay-per-view programming with Carolco Pictures has raised a firestorm of reaction among exhibitors, studio executives and Wall Street.