Miramax Films has won its appeal against an NC-17 rating for "Artemisia," its erotic biopic of the 17th-century Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi.
United Artists Theater Circuit finalized a $725 million refinancing of its debt and preferred stock Wednesday, putting the exhib in a stronger position to finance its new building program and stay…
The WPA Theater's leased residence on 23rd Street has been sold by its owner Keller Theater Associates. Executives at the WPA say they aren't sure what their fate is but are looking at other…
ABC is unhappy with the script for 20th Century Fox's upcoming sitcom with Mary Tyler Moore and Valerie Harper, which is now likely to be pushed back to midseason, sources say.
It's Friday night on the Newman Scoring Stage at 20th Century Fox, and gales of laughter emanate from the control room. Musicians, mixers and friends are watching playbacks of a new episode of "The…
Hungary's status as an emerging TV market is battering its video industry, and distributors of U.S. cassettes are the hardest hit.
CBS is looking at four potential sites on which to build a 1 million-square-foot digital broadcast and studio facility to replace its current West 57th Street Broadcast Center, said Michael Jordan…
Continuing strong demand for new movie projectors fueled a 21% increase in Ballantyne of Omaha's first quarter net profit to $1.9 million, it said Wednesday, on 17% higher revenues of $17.2 million.
"High Art," winner of the Waldo Salt screenwriting award at the Sundance Film Festival, has been selected as the opening night attraction for this year's Boston Intl.
Peripatetic writer/actress Carrie Fisher and TV writer Elaine Pope have set up a deal to write an untitled screenplay for Working Title Films, sources said.
Toronto International Film Festival has appointed Colin Geddes as the new programmer for the festival's popular Midnight Madness collection of cult films and cinematic exotica.
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