Sting, Ted Danson, Don Henley, Robert Redford, Jane Fonda and Pele are among those scheduled to receive Earth Day International Awards at ceremonies to be held Thursday in Los Angeles and New York.
In the most recent example of studios gearing slates toward an increasingly family-oriented audience, Warner Bros. Thursday confirmed the creation of its Family Entertainment banner.
The 17th edition of the Cleveland Intl. Film Festival wrapped with a 22% increase in attendance -- or 22,000 customers during the 11-day event.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has secured a missing link in its domestic distribution division by hiring exhibition veteran Eric Lomis. MGM exec veepee Ashley Boone heralded the move as a key in the…
Juliette Lewis ("Husbands and Wives") will be honored as NATO/ShowWest '93 Female Star of Tomorrow.
Producer-director Robert Wise became the first recipient of the Crystal Heart Career Achievement Award at the closing of the first Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis.
As he had promised, producer Dino De Laurentiis filed suit Monday against writer John Mattson and his agent, Rima Greer, in an attempt to force them to sell him Mattson's feature script "Milk Money."
Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas has received $2 million cash upfront to script an original rock 'n' roll musical about Las Vegas showgirls, in what is believed to be one of the highest guaranteed…
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences presented its 1992 Nicholl Fellowships in screenwriting Thursday night at Chasen's.
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