While Carolco certainly has been saved from bankruptcy with the tremendous cash infusion from its foreign partners and MGM, it still must clear several hurdles before it's back in the full-time…
The recent migration of New York costume designers to the West Coast has more than doubled the membership at Local 892, and has prompted the union's new president to make designers a more active part…
Matthews Studio Equipment Group posted a 44% decline in net income for the fiscal year, ended Sept. 30. The Hollywood equipment leasing company reported a net profit of $ 934,000 ( 11 cents a share)…
Pioneer LDCA Inc. may take a $ 55 million to $ 65 million charge to its earnings during the fiscal year through next March in part of a restructuring of troubled production company Carolco Pictures…
Long a leading man at CBS News, Walter Cronkite may soon take a supporting role on a CBS sitcom about a TV newsroom.
Italy's largest indie distrib, Artisti Associati Intl., has found itself in a bit of trouble because it did not pay at least some of its bills. One client, Morgan Creek Intl., recently won an…
American exhibitor Cinemark is making a major push to build hardtops in Chile and Mexico, as the first steps toward an ambitious expansion program in Latin America.
Ad placement agency Foote, Cone & Belding has nabbed a major new account: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
PARAMOUNT COMMUNICATIONS' new technology group isn't wasting any time getting into interactive discs.
The former head of the production sound department at The Burbank Studios has sued the studio and the film companies that own it for suing him two years ago without good cause.
A cash infusion from MGM apparently has helped Carolco leave its union troubles behind.