In a reversal, the Clinton administration is holding out the possibility that its proposed two-year business investment tax credit would be applicable to motion pictures and TV programs.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences unveiled the look for the upcoming 65th Annual Oscar Show yesterday.
Handmade Films (Distributors) Ltd. has sued Warner Bros., Inc. for allegedly providing false reports of money spent on film promotion.
Vicki Lawrence reportedly has become so frustrated by behind-the-scenes tensions on her Group W Prods. talkshow that she briefly threatened to air her gripes publicly on rival Tribune Entertainment…
CBS and Blockbuster Video are teaming up for a promotion that will give Blockbuster customers a free monthly 10-minute video that hypes CBS programming and current movies and music, the two companies…
APART FROM SOME of the big star autobiographies, such as Katharine Hepburn's "Me," and deep-dish gossip tomes like Maria Riva's tell-all about her mother, Marlene Dietrich, it's not at all clear who…
Twentieth Century Fox has picked up motion picture rights to Robert Boswell's novel "Mystery Ride," the second literary property the studio has optioned for New York-based producers Deborah Schindler…
Andie MacDowell has been added to the list of presenters for the 65th annual Academy Awards, her first Oscarcast appearance.
Vision Intl. chairman Mark Damon jump-started the American Film Market with his annual luncheon/sales preview Wednesday at the DC3 restaurant. Outlining the company's 18 films on offer, he prefaced…
Jamie Geller Hawtof, most recently a VP at Clein + White Public Relations, will be joining TriStar Pictures as VP, publicity, effective in mid-March.
Actor/dancer Paul Mercurio, the much sought after star of Miramax's Aussie hit "Strictly Ballroom," has signed with Writers & Artists Agency.