The Motion Picture & Television Fund has received a $2 million donation from Samuel and Peggy Goldwyn.
Trans-Pacific Media Consultants Group has expanded its client list, company president Michael Werner announced Tuesday at AFM, adding representation of BMG Video Intl. for the U.K., Italy, Germany…
Wesley Snipes has closed a deal to star in Warner Bros.' "U.S. Marshals," the studio's follow-up to "The Fugitive," sources said.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors on Tuesday announced nominees for Golden Reel awards in the TV category; the Golden Reel ceremony is slated for March 22 at the Century Plaza Hotel.
Among the directors who have returned to make movies with Arnon Milchan are such "names" of the craft as Sidney Lumet, Oliver Stone, Joel Schumacher, Jon Amiel and Ron Shelton.
Does talent run in the family? Certainly Hollywood has had a long and illustrious history of companies whose leadership dipped into their own gene pools for inspiration, the Goldwyn and Zanuck clans…
Marking his mastery of the craft and his refusal to allow racial barriers deter him, friends and admirers of Gordon Parks gathered at the Directors Guild of America last week to pay tribute to the…
There's a scene in "The Bad and the Beautiful" where an ambitious producer, played by Kirk Douglas, boasts about his great track record as a moviemaker. When he's reminded that two of his films…
Arnon Milchan describes his company's strategy in the terms of a high roller.
Arnon Milchan grabbed the rights to "A Time to Kill" for a reported $6 million and "The Client" for $2.25 million.
Sometime this year --- his 20th as a producer --- Arnon Milchan will make his 50th film