Many guests emerged from the German premiere of "Schindler's List" near tears Tuesday, but Germany's Jewish leader was skeptical whether the film would help combat racism.
An aide to Sen. John Danforth (R-Mo.) predicts that legislation requiring health warnings on beer and wine ads will die in the House of Representatives.
Five American cable investors in the United Kingdom have struck a major blow in their battle against satellite TV by grabbing all U.K. TV rights to the 1996 Cricket World Cup.
Warner Music Enterprises and Raygun Publications have agreed to launch a new music magazine, Huh, which will accompany the musicvideos ordered by Warner's Rock Video Monthly customers.
Six weeks after a major corporate restructuring on the film side and two weeks after a major shake-up in the TV division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, the Culver City-based company announced yet…
Sen. Paul Simon (D-Ill.) says he will resist passage of anti-TV violence legislation but warns that the issue has become so volatile, he's not sure his efforts will be successful.
Steven Spielberg, patching up strained relations with Paris, told French President Francois Mitterrand Tuesday that France deserves a healthy film industry and Americans should watch more foreign…
Headliner Prods. has acquired U.S. distribution rights to “La Madre Muerta” (The Dead Mother), a thriller from Spanish director Juanma Bajo Ulloa. Sogepaq repped the Spanish pic at AFM. The film has…
Wind, sleet and snow couldn't dampen the February box office as domestic grosses took off the seasonal chill with revenues of $ 363.9 million. It represented a 9% boost from one year earlier but…
Polish President Lech Walesa sacked the head of the National Radio and Television Council Tuesday following the council's controversial award of a private television license to the Polish company…
French actress Catherine Deneuve has been appointed vice president of the jury at this year's Cannes Film Festival, organizers said Tuesday.