The Imax large-format film style has picked up its starriest connection yet --- megahit producers Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy ("Jurassic Park," "Arachnophobia," "Who Framed Roger Rabbit").
Film producer Steve Norris has been appointed the new British film commissioner, succeeding Sydney Samuelson.
MGM's "The End of Violence" remained on top of the exclusives roster for the second week. The latest film from Wim Wenders negotiated $34,436 in five armistices on both coasts.
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Network Event Theater, a company that installs and manages state-of-the-art movie theaters at colleges and universities across the country, unveils its newest venue tonight at New York University…
Entries for the 1998 Sundance Film Festival's independent feature competition are due by Oct. 10, 1997, the Sundance Institute announced Friday.
Nastassja Kinski, next due onscreen in Mike Figgis' "One Night Stand" for New Line Cinema, has inked to star opposite Jason Patric in Propaganda Films' "Friends and Neighbors" under "In the Company…
An engaging indie romantic comedy, "Once We Were Strangers" has the energy and charm to serve up good returns as a specialized pickup for a niche distrib. The producers should also be able to ring up…
When a controversial film by a consistent hit-maker sits languishing in want of a U.S. distributor, something's gotta be up. But the good news about Adrian Lyne's "Lolita" is that it's neither as…
Filmed in Los Angeles and New York by Steven Bochco Prods. Executive producers, Steven Bochco, William M. Finkelstein, David Milch; producer, Mark Tinker; supervising producers, Marc Buckland, Bill…
Debra Kara Unger, Eric Lloyd, Jamey Sheridan and Terry Kinney are starring in Bette Gordon's independent film "The History of Luminous Motion."
The 1924 Chicago murder trial of Richard Loeb and Nathan Leopold Jr. is brought vividly to life in a classy revival of 1985's "Never the Sinner" by two Washington, D.C.-area theaters, Arlington…