A nationwide survey has found that an overwhelming percentage of Americans not only support public funding for the arts but also believe the arts are crucial in making their communities a better…
CBS leads the webs with 13 finalists for Directors Guild of America television award nominations. NBC is second with 10, while ABC has three. Nominations will be announced Monday.
International grosses for "Bram Stoker's Dracula" have swelled to $ 90.1 million.
Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution has licensed its low-rated off-net sitcom "Head of the Class" to TBS for this fall, continuing the trend of distribs selling rerun product to the…
What began as a gimmick to lure college audiences into a movie theater during the President's Day weekend in 1976 is turning into a key showcase for science fiction movies.
The Peacock Network's troubles from the staging of a fiery explosion of a General Motors truck are far from over.
Patrick Johnson has joined Jim Henson Prods. as a writer, producer and designer.
American Multi-Cinema Inc. has named Charles P. Stilley president of its real estate subsidiary. An 11-year veteran of the exhibition circuit, Stilley will be responsible for overseeing and…
The U.S. Anti-Piracy Office of the Motion Picture Assn. of America reported a 1992 increase of 75% in the number of criminal charges filed against suspected video and cable pirates in 1992.
Leslie Dektor, Willi Patterson and Joe Pytka are the 1992 Directors Guild of America nominees for best director of commercials.
A MOHICAN MAYBE, A LESTAT HE'S NOT: Daniel Day-Lewis' representatives are sick and tired of seeing the Oscar-winning actor's name associated with Geffen Films/Warner Bros.' planned production of…