Proving that he has a sense of humor offscreen as well as on, Jack Lemmon poked fun at himself during New Line Cinema's dinner Tuesday night at NATO/ShoWest '93, where he was presented with the…
The Motion Picture Sound Editors has announced nominees for the 40th Golden Reel Awards, recognizing outstanding sound editing for TV and student film categories.
Entertainment giants Sony Corp. and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. have moved their ongoing battle to the field of movie theater sound systems, facing off this week at NATO/ShoWest '93.
The Writers Guild of America, West this year will honor five African-American writers -- three of them posthumously -- as being pioneers of their craft.
In both his customary NATO/ShoWest annual press breakfast and his state-of-the-industry address yesterday, MPAA president and CEO Jack Valenti staunchly defended the Motion Picture Assn. of America's…
Warner Bros. has chalked up environmental brownie points with the Rainforest Action Network with its new policy on wood that's used in set construction.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's "The Last Action Hero" rocked the house, while the star himself prompted raucous laughter during Columbia Pictures' opening lunch yesterday at NATO/ShoWest '93.
Kevin Costner, Whoopi Goldberg, Garth Brooks and the feature film "A Few Good Men" were double winners and the long-running hit series "Cheers" was given a "special tribute" at the 19th annual…
Technicolor has formed a New Ventures Group, headed by Devendra Mishra, to broaden the company's services.
Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) is readying legislation that would allow directors to notify consumers of their objections if pix have been materially altered.
The average cost of producing and marketing a motion picture last year soared to $ 40 million, marking a 5% increase over the combined average negative/marketing costs in 1991 of $ 38.1 million, Jack…