Paramount's "Intersection" got cut off at the corners of "Philadelphia" and "Doubtfire" to cross the light third for the weekend with about $ 8.1 million. The studio provided a good opening for the…
French film production dropped in 1993 due to recessional caution over big-budget films. French producers turned out 101 pix, down from 113 the year before, with French motion picture investment…
Warner Bros., Disney and MCA are about to enter a brave new world at this week's National Assn. of Television Program Executives confab.
Calls of "B-10!" and "I-6!" will soar over the TV airwaves when a new interactive bingo game starts broadcasting in April from an Oklahoma Indian reservation.
On the 10th anniversary of his Sundance Institute's involvement in the film festival here devoted to American independent cinema, Robert Redford expressed certainty that technological innovations and…
LMNO Prods. and CBS Entertainment Prods. will produce a one-hour special/reality series pilot, "Beyond Belief," that would serve as a possible companion for LMNO's reality hour, "How'd They Do That?"
Twentieth Century Fox's international marketing department, in a structural change, has combined publicity and promotion.
With last Monday's deadly earthquake still at the front of most people's minds, it wasn't surprising that it was one of the hottest topics backstage in the press rooms set up for the presenters and…
Broadcast network execs have done an about-face and tentatively agreed to use an independent monitor to assess the violence content in programming.
Showbiz attorney Jeffrey L. Shumway has been named a partner of the Beverly Hills firm Rosenfeld, Meyer & Susman.