The 90-year-old Loews Theatres circuit, the oldest and seventh largest in the country, will officially change its name to Sony Theatres today.
Gramercy Pictures' "Four Weddings and a Funeral" marched to the top of the box office charts with a stellar $ 4.3 million weekend estimate.
"Arcadia," by Tom Stoppard, and "City of Angels," a Broadway hit but West End flop, were named the year's best play and best musical Sunday at the Laurence Olivier Awards.
New Spanish cinema will be the featured attraction at the eighth annual Filmfest D.C., the international festival that revels in its emphasis on funky foreign fare and non-conventional U.S. releases.
Without Live Entertainment on its books, Carolco Pictures revenues dropped more than 75% in 1993, the company said Friday. The company also carved about 25% off its losses for the year.
'Schindler's List' $ 200 mil worldwide Steven Spielberg's Holocaust drama, on more than 2,000 screens overseas, has passed a major box office milestone.
Two of the European continent's key distributors -- Germany's Beta Television and Italy's RAI -- unveiled their upcoming product for packed audiences of potential buyers Saturday during the 31st…
Joseph Kovacs, one of the founders of 13-year-old All American Television who took the company public in 1985, has ankled as distribution president.
Stanley Jaffe, fired as prexy of Paramount Communications, has sued the company for $ 20 million in a stock option dispute.
Cinergi Prods. completed a six-figure-against-seven-figure buy of John Calvin Bachelor's political thriller "Father's Day," which will be published by Holt Rinehart.
Senior television execs from Europe and the United States have reaffirmed their belief that meeting the industry challenges of the next few years is be st left to the TV professionals and not…