The Producers Guild of America has elected six new directors, evenly split between the film and TV industry.
The Intl. Al Jolson Society, in cooperation with Warner Bros. and Turner Entertainment, will sponsor a four-day Al Jolson festival at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Thursday-Sunday.
Ten Japanese and European manufacturers of videocassette recorders said they plan to develop a common set of specifications for next-generation, high-definition digital VCRs.
To paraphrase that famous Wendy's campaign, come fall, network TV viewers and those monitoring the industry may find themselves asking, "Where's the violence?"
REJUVENATED pop stars Duran Duran killed two birds with one stone last week, using Barker Hangar at Santa Monica Airport as the staging ground for the band's new video "Too Much Information" (a song…
The fallout from Transamerica exiting the bond business has now hit Australia: Completion Bond Co.'s rep here, the First Australian Completion Bond Co. (FACB), has merged with Motion Picture…
Paramount's "The Firm" emerged as the freshman at the top of the class with a holiday weekend gross estimated by the studio at $ 31.4 million. That meant Universal's "Jurassic Park" had to go back to…
After releasing some of the most innovative rock 'n' roll records of the past dozen years, U2 decided to try something else on its new album.
Columbia's standoff with Aussie exhibitors over film rental terms for "Cliffhanger" is over, but apparently not to the distrib's satisfaction.
Thanks to that box office bigfoot, "Jurassic Park," the national B.O. has crashed through to a new monthly record for June, and also for the first five weeks of the summer season.