Breaking from the style of his exemplary docu-fiction features, Bahman Ghobadi strains for quasi-poetic effect in the lumbering "Rhino Season."
Rhino Films is partnering with Cinema Libre Studio to develop a feature based on "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man," the John Perkins memoir about his role in the game of global economics.
Rhino Entertainment has signed to release the soundtrack to "The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best," on the heels of the film's worldwide premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Rhino Entertainment president Scott Pascucci is ankling the company, and executive VP/general manager Kevin Gore will replace him at the top of Warner Music Group's catalog division.
Rhino Records, one of L.A.'s iconic music retail locations, will be resurrected May 17-31 near its original Westwood Boulevard location as a temporary "pop-up" store to benefit a local charity.
Rhino Entertainment is financing and producing "Project Street," a doc about the urban culture that emerged from the intersection of skateboarding and hip-hop.
The docu, hosted by James Brolin, illustrates conservationist efforts aimed at replenishing the dwindling rhino population (attempts that are clearly both too little and too late); it also…
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