Responding to a perceived need to unify its sprawling film holdings, Polygram unveiled Friday a new logo for its Polygram Filmed Entertainment division that will be used for all PFE units, save…
Miramax co-chairman Bob Weinstein introduced the New York premiere of the insect-laden thriller "Mimic" by explaining the distinction between a Miramax film and a release from the company's genre…
Leading a squadron of late summer newcomers, Buena Vista's military drama "G.I. Jane" and New Line's broad comedy "Money Talks" squared off in a bitterly contested battle for the weekend box office…
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Sets, Michael Scott-Mitchell; costumes, Carson Andreas; lighting, Roderick van Gelder; music, Elena Kats-Chernin. Opened, reviewed Aug. 8, 1997, at the Wharf 2; 150 seats, A$ 30 ($ 22.50) top…
Trimark Pictures has picked up worldwide rights to the Charles Dance and Sheryl Lee starrer "The Blood Oranges" from Ark Pictures, it was confirmed Friday.
Japanese singer Seiko Matsuda is not in the cast of “Free Money.” Friday’s story was incorrect. * * * Turner Network Television, which made five Bible miniseries last year, is not making any this…
As distribs continue their end-of-summer clearance sale of commercially dubious items, "A Smile Like Yours" ranks among the lamest of the lot. Flat and formulaic, this painfully charmless romantic…
Helena Bonham Carter will be honored at the 13th annual Boston Film Festival with the showing of her latest film, "Wings of the Dove."
Big, bold and burnished --- "Wilde" is the full monty on Oscar. Toplining British comedian/wit Stephen Fry in a once-in-a-lifetime role as the brilliant, acerbic playwright, and mounted with a care…
Culled from Robert E. Howard pulps of the 1930s, "Kull the Conqueror" is a less commercially brawny screen translation of his work than the earlier "Conan," also from the De Laurentiis production…
Bergen Film, the Dutch theatrical, film and TV production company that helped back Marleen Gorris' Oscar-winning "Antonia's Line," has gone bankrupt.