Strong results from Paramount Communications' television operations failed to offset a weak showing at the box office, resulting in a sharp decline in earnings for the first quarter.
Actress Whoopi Goldberg and the producers of a yet-to-be-made film have filed suits against each other over whether Goldberg actually agreed to appear in the film.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors has announced nominees for the 40th Golden Reel Awards, recognizing outstanding sound editing for TV and student film categories.
San Diego has proclaimed Sunday Spencer Wilson Day, in honor of the man who spent more than six decades managing local theaters.
The Writers Guild of America, West this year will honor five African-American writers -- three of them posthumously -- as being pioneers of their craft.
A photo of the cast of Fox's "Melrose Place" used March 3, included two actors, Stephen Fanning and Amy Locane, who are no longer in the show.
Randa Haines, director of the Oscar-nominated "Children of a Lesser God" and the Emmy-winning "Something About Amelia," will receive the American Film Institute's Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal…
Multimedia Entertainment's "Donahue" took a 16% year-to-year plunge in the Nielsen national syndication barter rankings during the first four weeks corresponding to the February sweeps.
Longtime Showtime/Viacom honcho Fred Schneier has started up FSA Film Enterprises, a film production company that will also serve as a production, sales and marketing consultant to the Spelling…
Entertainment giants Sony Corp. and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. have moved their ongoing battle to the field of movie theater sound systems, facing off this week at NATO/ShoWest '93.
A program to help fledgling filmmakers with discounts on raw film stock has been launched by Eastman Kodak Co. and Gotham's Independent Feature Project.