The International Independent Film Producers Assn. has begun to seek support from the major studios in its quest to lobby Washington for new tax reforms on private financing for films.
Movie theater owners are preparing for war, and their enemy is the recently announced TCI-Carolco PPV deal.
In its first foreign outing, Paramount's "Indecent Proposal" bagged a socko $ 1.321 million in the first five days on 116 screens in Australia.
NYNEX Corp.'s CableComms unit has bought two cable franchises and assumed full ownership of two others.
Gotham indie distributor Zeitgeist Films has acquired four features for summer and fall openings, bringing its 1993 lineup to seven titles.
International Creative Management has inked "Gremlins" director Joe Dante for representation in all fields, terminating his relationship with the Beverly Hills-based Gersh Agency, sources confirmed…
Fresh funds will soon pour into the coffers of Italy's pay-TV network TelePiu. On Monday the network's board announced it will increase its capital by 180 billion liras ($ 120 million) by the end of…
The final step of cable regulation was greeted with wide approval Tuesday on Wall Street, with the entire industry enjoying a surge in stock prices.
Ellen Hawkes in from Frisco. Johnny Seven to Gotham, Utah. Donna Theodore in from Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
"Prime Story," the new NBC prime time newsmagazine show, is going to get an overhaul, which is likely to delay its June 23 launch.
Director Carlos Saura's 1992 Olympic film "Marathon" will receive government funds, after having been passed over in the first round of Film Institute subsidies granted last March.