Joseph Steuer, 33, has been named editor and publisher of Indie, a new magazine devoted to independent film to be launched in May by Premiere magazine publisher Hachette Filipacchi (Daily Variety…
Following in the footsteps of last year's successful ticket-price experiment with event pic "Evita," Czech ticket prices again will set a high-water mark when "Titanic" opens Thursday.
The original score soundtrack to "Titanic" has been certified at 4 million units, becoming the music industry's first album on a classical label to reach that plateau.
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Italy's political parties appointed a new board to manage pubcaster RAI late last week.
Broadway grosses dropped off slightly during Week 34 (Jan. 19-25), with receipts falling 3.4% to $10,512,426, and attendance slipping 3.7% to 226,035.
Stock in AMC Entertainment Inc. jumped $1 to a year high of $28.25 Friday on rumors circulating on Wall Street that AMC chairman Stanley Durwood was planning to take the company private.
MGM has promoted financial specialist Daniel J. Rosett to the new position of executive vice president of studio finance and operations over all three of the studio's film units -- MGM Pictures…
Lindsay Law's Fox Searchlight is near deals for a dream cast for "A Midsummer Night's Dream," the adaptation of the Shakespeare play scripted and to be directed by Michael Hoffman. According to…
New Jersey's film community may get a stronger identity thanks to some guidance from Tanya Ryno and Bice Grobstein.
Variety and Daily Variety editor-in-chief Peter Bart kicked off the Saturday session of the 22nd annual UCLA Entertainment Symposium with his keynote address on the conference theme, "Exposing the…
KCBS collected more honors than its chief competitors combined -- earning 13 statuettes -- but the station lost the two biggest news prizes Saturday night at the Radio & TV News Assn.'s 48th annual…