The Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum presentation of "The Kentucky Cycle" received eight nominations including best production from the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle. Runner-up was the CAST…
The Broadcast Promotion & Marketing Executives organization this week changes its name to Promotion & Marketing Executives in the Electronic Media.
Hollywood Pictures and Cinergi Prods. plunked down close to $ 500,000 to option first-timers' Lee Batchler and Janet Scott Batchler's adventure "Smoke and Mirrors." Should the "Raiders of the Lost…
Larry Irving, chief counsel of the House Subcommittee on Telecommunications & Finance, has been named by President Clinton to become his chief telecommunications policy adviser. Irving will head the…
Although the market perked up a bit yesterday, longtime Berlin International Film Festival regulars are calling the 43rd annual meet the slowest so far. Event runs through Feb. 22.
Eileen Roddenberry has arrived where few others have gone before. Late last week, the former wife of "Star Trek"' creator Gene Roddenberry won her case against Norway, the company her late husband…
A panel advising the Federal Communications Commission on selecting a single U.S. standard for high definition TV has rejected the Japanese firm NHK's analog system.
Buena Vista Intl.'s new overseas distribution banner has struck gold with its maiden release, "Sister Act," which surpassed $ 100 million in foreign grosses last weekend.
Hemdale Communications has acquired all North American rights to female buddy pic "Tehachapi" for $ 1.3 million, sources said.
Bexy Communications Inc. has sued agent Phil Gersh and the Gersh Agency Inc. for allegedly failing to reveal that the late actor Anthony Perkins had AIDS before signing an agreement to host a…
Larry Gershman's World Intl. Network took the Golden Nymph for best telefilm at the 33rd Monte Carlo TV Festival, for its "Till Murder Do Us Part."