Soap operas rarely achieve geopolitical significance, but Venezuela's "Kassandra" is considered key to keeping the peace in a corner of the Balkans.
A California bill that would give charter cities such as Los Angeles access to personal tax records has been sent to Gov. Pete Wilson for signature.
Warner Bros.' Slovak partner, Antonin Drobny of Gemini Film, is restructuring his distribution company and renaming it Continental Film, effective Jan. 1.
Universal TV talkshows “Sally Jessy Raphael” and “Jerry Springer” had their season premieres on Sept. 22. Friday’s story on national syndie ratings was wrong, due to incorrect information provided to…
It's a camp lover's dream: B movies, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. And on Oct. 10, it becomes a reality with the launch of the B-Movie Channel, a place where "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" is…
Roman Polanski confirmed that he's planning to direct "The Count of Monte Cristo'' for Alliance Pictures.
Italian audiences succumbed to "Lolita's" charms, while "My Best Friend's Wedding" captivated lots of Aussies and "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" had monster preems in three European markets last…
The National Cable Television Assn. accused NBC president Bob Wright Friday of "mudslinging" after the network topper suggested that the Peacock web was doing a better job rating its programming than…
It's not unusual for independent filmmakers and unions to be at odds with one other, but on Sept. 28 they went one on one for a good cause.
The first Los Angeles Intl. Latino Film Festival opens Wednesday with the U.S. premiere of "Who the Hell Is Juliette?" (review, page 12). The Carlos Marcovich film, based on a true story, chronicles…