AMC Entertainment Inc. has hired a real estate rep to look for sites in Mexico as the Kansas City-based exhibitor looks to build its presence south of the border.
Sharon Gless will play twin sisters Betty Gay Wilson and Peggy Joy Lowe in the fact-based CBS movie “Separated by Murder,” which begins production Jan. 24 from the Larry Thompson Organization. The…
Alexandre Trauner, 87, the dean of European art directors whose films ranged from "Children of Paradise" and Orson Welles' "Othello" to his Oscar-winning work on "The Apartment," died Dec. 5 in…
News Corp. Ltd. has withdrawn its controversial proposal to issue shares with increased voting rights, chairman/chief executive Rupert Murdoch said.
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Librarian of Congress James Billington will unveil 25 new films to be included on the historic National Film Registry list Dec. 14 at the Library of Congress's Mary Pickford Theater.
Great American Communications Co. said a bankruptcy court confirmed a joint prepackaged plan of reorganization for itself and units GACC Holding Co. and New GACC Holdings Inc.
Many of Quebec's top film players say it's time for Canada's two major exhibitors, Cineplex Odeon and Famous Players, to start doing more to help out local pix.
Trying to punch up viewer interest in the struggling sitcom "Hearts Afire," Mozark Prods. sent out a cryptic press release saying tonight's episode would feature "enough fisticuffs to raise the…
CBS, Apple Computer and the New York Times are getting interactive over the Vietnam War. The three companies are jointly producing a CD-ROM software package on the war that will draw on the extensive…
Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" won six of Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards over the weekend.