"I Love a Man in Uniform," a psychological thriller that premiered at the Cannes Directors Fortnight, will launch the 10th annual Perspective Canada of the Toronto Festival of Festivals Sept. 9…
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein may partner with a political opposite on a musical copyright bill. Democrat Feinstein and fellow Senate copyright subcommittee member Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) are…
A screenwriter has filed suit to stop production of a Barry Levinson film starring Joe Pesci because he claims it's based on his script.
As officials have noted, television violence may very well contribute to violence in society, reason enough for greater vigilance and self-policing; however, to pass off existing research as a…
The laboratory, cinema and European video processing units of Britain's Rank Organisation are getting new toppers, prompted by the pending retirement of two senior execs.
Republic Pictures Corp. release "Kalifornia" was changed from an NC-17 to an R rating on appeal, according to the 1,279th bulletin from the Classification and Rating Administration of the Motion…
NBC will offer early premieres of two of its new fall series -- Tuesday sitcoms "The John Larroquette Show" and "The Second Half"-- and will debut its Thursday sitcom lineup Sept. 16.
Uncertainty about how the 1991 Cable Act will be interpreted by cable systems has prodded the emerging Television Food Network channel into an accelerated timetable.
The Hollywood Madam saga took another sordid swipe at the film industry Wednesday as police arrested producer/director Ivan Nagy on charges of running his own call-girl ring for clients in the biz.
Melvin Simon Prods. Inc. has sued Viacom Intl. Inc. for allegedly consistently being late on making quarterly payments under a 1978 distribution deal.
Robin Nassif is a director of casting at ABC, contrary to what was stated in Monday's story on Just for Laughs in Montreal. Donna Rosenstein is VP of talent and casting for the Alphabet web.