I.R.S. Releasing has acquired U.S. theatrical distribution rights to the Canadian thriller "I Love a Man in Uniform," which made its U.S. debut Friday at the Sundance Film Festival, the company said.
Paramount's on-and-off love affair with Viacom Intl. Inc. is apparently on again after Par's board Friday unanimously backed the cable programmer's latest offer and scrapped its previous pact with…
Warren Littlefield, the subject of frequent speculation during the last two years as NBC slid from first to third in primetime, has signed a new multiyear agreement to continue as president of NBC…
"Striking Distance" charged into French and Australian waters at full throttle last week while "Addams Family Values" was good value in Germany and Italy.
Not to be outdone by Saturday's Golden Globes, the Directors Guild of America will announce its nominees for outstanding directorial achievement in a feature at a news conference at 10 a.m. today at…
Bell Atlantic, eager to merge with two cable television companies, wants the Justice Dept. to back its request for a waiver of federal court restrictions on long-distance telephone service.
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…