The Video Software Dealers Assn. has filed a motion to unseal Orion Pictures' bankruptcy files to identify any legal cause of action there may be for VSDA to take against Orion. The trade org opposes…
LIKE MILLIONS OF FANS of violent confrontations, your columnist, several music industryites and a few writer cronies gathered before a television set last week to watch the heavyweight championship…
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, Los Angeles, has endorsed a national boycott of Colorado because of the state's passage of Amendment 2 on Nov. 3.
To fill out the cast of his first feature film, "Who's the Man," director Ted Demme has called in a lot of favors that he earned over five years of doing "Yo! MTV Raps."
After months of build-up, Spike Lee's "Malcolm X" opened quietly but strongly in 1,124 theaters nationwide yesterday. While distributor Warner Bros. hadn't finished crunching early audience results…
VIVA LAS VEGAS: It's hard being part of a crowd of 130,000 sifting through computer exhibits from 2,000 companies. It's not pretty, but that's what this year's Comdex is like.
King World's fall 1993 magazine show, "American Journal," is already facing its first major crisis.
The Permanent Charities Committee of the Entertainment Industries yesterday won a temporary restraining order barring several publishers from soliciting listings and advertisements for "The…
Lilly Tartikoff and Ronald O. Perelman will host the third annual Fire & Ice Ball at the Beverly Hilton on Dec. 2. Proceeds from the event will to the Revlon/UCLA Women's Cancer Research Program.
CNN's "Showbiz Today" will launch "Hollywood Heavyweights," a weekly segment discussing the major players, issues and events in Hollywood.
Rudi Barnet, director-general of the San Sebastian Film Festival for the last two years, was removed from his post in a general board meeting Monday.