The Portland, Ore., Creative Conference will return for its ninth year Sept. 17-19, with speakers such as Oscar-winning "English Patient" producer Saul Zaentz and "Good Will Hunting" director Gus Van…
Polygram Filmed Entertainment isn't going down without a fight. Its specialized division Gramercy Pictures has picked up all North American rights from Summit Entertainment to Guy Ritchie's British…
Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane" was crowned the "greatest American movie" in a poll conducted by the American Film Institute under the banner "100 Years ... 100 Movies," part of an extensive campaign…
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Pubcasters meeting in Miami Monday gave a warm reception to a proposal by Rep. Billy Tauzin (R-La.) to greatly increase the annual subsidy for noncommercial programming.
As the mercury rises, so does Broadway's grosses. Last week, every show on Broadway made gains (with the exception of "Chicago," which posted a negligible dip of $567). Overall, Broadway enjoyed a…
Despite going up against the sixth game of the NBA Finals, HBO's "Comic Relief VIII" harvested a bountiful $5.2 million in pledges to aid the homeless.
Jones Intercable, a top-10 multi-system cable operator, will offer 30 channels of digital television to its 90,000 cable subscribers in Augusta, Ga., and North Augusta, S.C.
John N. Krier, a leading movie industry analyst whose box office reports were closely watched by Hollywood moguls and film fans alike, died Saturday of pneumonia in Los Angeles following a week of…
Mexican Carlos Salces' short feature "In the Mirror of the Sky" took the top plaudit at the 26th Huesca Film Festival, which closed Saturday.
The competition for wired New Yorkers looking for a good time heats up today as the New York Times launches its second Website, an online city guide called New York Today.
"God Said Ha!" Julia Sweeney's monologue about the ravages of cancer and comedy, was given the top prize when the 24th annual Seattle Intl. Film Festival wrapped Sunday.