Home Box Office not only continued its domination of cable's most prestigious awards over the weekend--it extended it.
Three former high-ranking Viacom exex have formed Tele-Film Entertainment, which will specialize in domestic TV syndication on behalf of outside producers and later expand into firstrun projects of…
The fourth edition of the Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival honored Italian movie star Marcello Mastroianni with its first Distinguished International Filmmaker Award at the fest-closing gala Saturday…
How hungry were audiences for new films? Well, judging by the performance of the three national debuts over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend, voracious.
In an attempt to reduce the dilution of Samuel Goldwyn Co. stock, the company is buying back up to 2 million of its Class A warrants.
"Posse." Working Title's May release of a soldier booted from the Army in the Spanish American War who ends up in a black utopia called Freemanville is directed by Mario Van Peebles, who also stars…
After a six-month incubation period, Gramercy Pictures has finally hatched its first 11-picture slate.
The USA network and NBC sparred this weekend over the former's plans to air the two-hour docu "Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson" one day after NBC's scheduled airing during the February…
Following major Kiwi exhibitor Pacer Cinemas going into receivership recently , the circuit's major film supplier, Columbia TriStar, has pulled its first key 1993 release, "Bram Stoker's Dracula,"…
The movie "Sister Act" took two prizes at the 25th NAACP Image Awards, while soap opera "The Young and the Restless" and TV drama "I'll Fly Away" each won in three categories.
Arista Records yesterday claimed a new sales record was set during the first six months of its fiscal year, which began July 1, 1992.