Ed. Weinberger, one of television's most prolific writer/producers, has sold his feature script "The Castaways" to Hollywood Pictures. The action comedy, described as a buddy picture about a black…
The FCC Monday waived its "one-to-a-market" rule and allowed Harte-Hanks Television, the owner of a San Antonio TV station, to buy a radio station in the same market.
Sixty-six feature films will be included in the Independent Feature Film Market, along with 107 shorts and 125 works in progress. The tally represents a 45% jump in screenings over last year.
A confidential telephone poll of several hundred Writers Guild of America/West members has many of them irate about questions they say are loaded to make the current administration look good.
Premieres of David Mamet's "A Life in the Theater" with Jack Lemmon and Matthew Broderick, the Debra Winger-starrer "A Dangerous Woman" and the distaff thriller "Romeo Is Bleeding," with Lena Olin…
Though experiencing an $ 18,025 dip in weekend ticket sales, The Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" still outsprinted the rest last weekend in limited release, totaling $ 76,918 at the box…
The "Kafka" screenplay was incorrectly attributed Monday. Lem Dobbs has sole writing credit for the film.
Laser-Pacific Media Corp. Monday reported an anticipated loss for the second quarter ended June 30.
John Calley, one of Hollywood's most respected dropouts, has dropped back in as the new president of United Artists Pictures.
Famous Music, the music publishing arm of Paramount, has restructured its Nashville division and tapped two new executives to helm operations.
MTV viewer favorites Madonna and Pearl Jam have been added to the list of performers for the 1993 MTV Video Music Awards to be held Sept. 2 at the Universal Amphitheatre.