Prominent Eastern European and German directors, including Wim Wenders, are set to conduct seminars at the Akademie der Kunste here June 12-July 9.
Labor guilds set the clock ticking on Carolco Pictures Wednesday by serving a 30-day notice of default on the troubled indie, which missed a $ 3 million payment due the guilds that day.
Azusa city hall is scrambling to find Hollywood producers with some juice -- preferably dynamite -- to film the demolition of the 12-building, 106-unit Balboa Apartments complex.
U2 has signed a new agreement with Polygram's Island Records for worldwide rights to its next six albums, a deal that could rank among the biggest ever offered in the industry. Terms of the deal…
Score a big one for private broadcasters, zero for the pubcasters. In a special vote of the government body KEF (Commission for Financial Needs of Public Broadcasting), a motion to allow pubcasters…
HBO is planning to launch its sister pay service Cinemax throughout Latin America this fall.
A year before the novel is to be published, Warner Bros. has optioned the movie rights to Howard Norman's novel "The Bird Artists," a love story set in 1911 Newfoundland, sources said.
Twentieth Century Fox has bought Ian Seeberg's family adventure spec script "Cat and Mouse" for producers David Mickey Evans and Dale de la Torre, sources said.
"Strictly Ballroom" composer David Hirschfelder is setting up an office in L.A. next month.
Buena Vista Television's "Home Improvement," scheduled for a fall 1995 off-net debut, has been licensed to four more of the top 15 markets.
The Center for Population Options is accepting entries for its 1993 Nancy Susan Reynolds Awards.