"Schindler's List" opened in Poland's ancient capital city Wednesday night, a year after Steven Spielberg arrived here to begin filming.
The theory du jour: By removing regulatory restraints on the Big Three networks, Washington is inadvertently encouraging a wave of network buyouts and mergers.
The BBC and Rupert Murdoch's Asian satellite venture Star TV have agreed to a partial separation. As of April 17, BBC World Service TV, the pubcaster's 24-hour global news and information channel…
According to Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone, the big news about Paramount is that Stanley Jaffe will be out, Sherry Lansing will be in, and Redstone has no intention of sweetening his deal with…
Best know local filmmaker, Jacobo Morales, now shooting "Linda Sara" ("Pretty Sara"), produced by Blanca Morales. Also in production is "Rice, Dreams And Ketchup," directed by Joe Vazquez.
Latin American novelist Isabel Allende ("The House of the Spirits") will be the first to admit that she's an incurable "story hunter" with a "vicious" imagination, that love and violence dominate her…
At the American Film Market, where every buyer wants to see the product available, a new technology threatens to replace the omnipresent videotape: CD-I.
The fourth annual Variety/Wertheim Schroder "The Big Picture" conference will be held April 12 at the Pierre Hotel in New York.
There's's no surefire epic like "Jurassic Park" to light up cinemas around the world this summer, but overseas distribs and exhibs are still bullish about the range and diversity of the offerings…
France's privatization program suffered a setback as the government informed bidders for state-owned Radio Monte Carlo the sale won't go through as scheduled.