The Assn. of Film Commissioners Intl. has announced that its 1995 Location Expo will move from the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium to the Burbank Hilton, signalling an end to its affiliation with the…
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None of them made the Oscar list, but "Jurassic Park,""Mrs. Doubtfire" and "The Firm" emerged as the top vote-getters for favorite motion picture in the 20 th annual People's Choice Awards…
Debbie Allen has been tapped to choreograph the 66th Academy Awards, marking her fourth consecutive year as choreographer and her sixth year of Oscar participation. She has received two Emmy…
Steven Spielberg picked up another of what looks to be a long line of awards for "Schindler's List" Monday when the Producers Guild of America cited him, Branko Lustig and Gerald R. Molen as…
The trend was southward for the indies on the exclusives roster, although some of the stronger pix kept their audiences. First Look's "The Scent of Green Papaya" held better in Los Angeles than New…
Turner Pictures Worldwide will handle international distrib for "Andre," a feature in production about an orphaned baby seal, the company said Monday.
Canal Plus chairman Andre Rousselet is to quit his job Wednesday following his resignation last week from the board of parent company Havas.
Sony Pictures Entertainment TV Group left more questions than answers Monday in confirming a consolidation of all TV production under TriStar TV prexy Jon Feltheimer.
Roadshow Entertainment, the homevid, music and new media unit of the Village Roadshow group, is spreading its wings internationally.
NBC will try to cash in on CBS' Winter Olympics coverage -- and capitalize on the one primetime hour when the Eye web isn't emanating from Lillehammer -- with a special, "Shattered Glory: The Tonya…