Gary Essert, 54, who founded and ran both the Los Angeles International Film Exposition and the American Cinematheque, died yesterday at his home in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS.
Brigitte Wolthers and Kelly Hassian, Aug. 8, Burbank. Bride's operations manager at Prime Post; groom's non-pro.
Carlo Sama resigned as president of TeleMontecarlo earlier this week amid rumors that the commercial network's two owners are planning to divest their respective shares in the well-known but…
Allen Wallace, dance producer and former publicist for the Lewitzky Dance Company and the Dance Gallery in Los Angeles, died Dec. 12 of complications due to AIDS. He was 39.
Director and choreographer Buddy Schwab died Dec. 1 of lung cancer at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. He was 62.
Donald B. Levy is leaving his post as executive director of production publicity for Paramount Pictures to return to unit publicity and, he hopes, eventually realize his ambitions to be a producer.
Brian Alan Lasser, 40, a composer and lyricist for off-Broadway musicals, died Nov. 20 in New York of complications related to AIDS. His musical theater scores included "The Matinee Kids,""Bundle of…
ZDF Enterprises, a newly founded division of the German pubcaster, has named top exex and voted in its board of directors.
Warner Bros. veteran Robert Heffner has retired from his position as southern district manager after 40 years of service.
Thomas P. Harbeck has been named senior vice president of marketing for the TBS Superstation, a new post.