Gus Van Sant directed "Drugstore Cowboy"; James Dearden directed "A Kiss Before Dying." The credits were wrong in Friday's story about Columbia Pictures' "To Die For."
David Hasselhoff, the star of "Baywatch," has inked a multiyear, multiproject deal with All American TV to continue to star in the hit show beyond the 1995-96 season and to develop another drama…
Westside Studios has opened an office in Romania, to be headed by Mihail Badica, former prexy of Global Entertainment and Trading. This marks the first U.S. entertainment company to have a legal…
Implementation of the 1992 cable TV reregulation bill has become a "fiasco" under new FCC chairman Reed Hundt, Senate Minority Leader Robert Dole claimed late Thursday in a speech delivered on the…
Matt Dillon and Joaquin Phoenix will star opposite Nicole Kidman in director Gus Van Sant's adaptation of Joyce Maynard's "To Die For," Columbia Pictures announced Thursday. Budgeted at $ 14 million…
Acclaimed films "The Bad and the Beautiful" (1952) and "All About Eve" (1950) will mark the return of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Standard Screenings Series today at the Acad's…
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp., the national pubcaster, outbid the private competition to win the exclusive broadcast rights in Canada for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
Robert De Niro's Tribeca Prods. named Kate Fishman director of development and Craig Gering director of production, part of the indie's effort to promote from within.
Turkey's National Assembly has voted to create an independent commission to govern radio and television broadcasting, Anatolian news agency reported Wednesday.
Freed/Laufer Prods. confirmed Thursday that it has reached a development deal with Brig. Gen. Steve Ritchie for the pic "Sierra Hotel," based on Ritchie's story.
Barbara Davis, Steven Spielberg and David Wolper will chair a gala celebration of the USC School of Cinema-Television's contributions to filmmaking during the past six decades.