A laboratory fire has destroyed the original negatives of several classic movies from London's Ealing Studios, including "The Lavender Hill Mob,""Whisky Galore" and "Passport to Pimlico."
Legislation that would grant collective bargaining rights to live performing artists and musicians drew predictable support and criticism at a House subcommittee hearing Wednesday.
The ratings of many top syndie shows withered under the heat of Independence Day barbecues, according to the Nielsen national barter rankings for the week ended July 11.
Intl. Family Entertainment has appointed Paul Newton as managing director of the Family Channel in the United Kingdom.
Eight people have been elected to serve two-year terms on the Directors Guild of America's Western directors' council.
The Lifetime cable network is replacing its Sunday lineup of medical programs geared to doctors with reruns of "L.A. Law," original movies and three half-hour information series for parents, among…
Eastman Kodak Co. announced the Oct. 18 opening of Cinesite Europe Ltd. in London. The Soho facility will provide the same digital scanning and recording services Kodak has offered in Burbank since…
One of the most spectacular and dangerous movie stunts was performed off-camera. Stunt drivers literally get shot out of cannons. It is the most spectacular way to flip a car over...and over...and…
James A. Doolittle and his non-profit organization, the Southern California Theater Assn., has signed on as a longterm tenant at the Los Angeles Music Center, specifically to present dance there.
Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. turned in record earnings and revenues for the second quarter. The Ft. Lauderdale-based video and music retailer posted a net income of $ 47.7 million (23 cents per…