Christopher Roberts is the new president of Polygram Classics & Jazz, effective Jan. 1. Roberts, who replaces David Weyner, was VP of international marketing for Polygram Records. * * * Alice Peck is…
"Dark Blood," the Fine Line Features release that River Phoenix was shooting before he died, has officially stopped production, its producers said Thursday.
Barbra Streisand donated her multimillion-dollar 24-acre estate for an environmental research center and retreat, a gift called "the most valuable land ever donated."
Director Martin Scorsese will be awarded the fourth annual Brittania Award from the British Academy of Film & Television, Los Angeles.
Orion Home Video has entered into an agreement with the Phoenix Communications Group to distribute the latter's lucrative Major League Baseball homevideo product. The deal signals Orion's immediate…
It's nail-biting time on Wall Street as Paramount shareholders both large and small try to decide what to do with their holdings.
American Multi Cinema executives detailed for stockholders at their annual meeting Thursday the operating plan under which the 1,617-screen circuit has enjoyed its best fiscal performance since it…
New Line Cinema has caught the multimedia wave, licensing the rights to its upcoming surfing epic, "Bruce Brown's The Endless Summer II," to Rocket Motion Pictures, which will produce a simulation…
Sixteen features and 16 documentaries will compete for the top awards at the 1994 Sundance Film Festival, which will run Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah.
Despite the uncertain financial implications of the new federal cable law, Falcon Cable Systems Co. was able to boost both revenue and cash flow and stem losses. For the third quarter, Falcon lost $…
Producers Al Ruddy and Andre Morgan are firing up their howitzers to lense rookie writer Bill Cross' script "Americal," a look at one of the most controversial U.S. military units during the Vietnam…