Part docu-diary, part theological quest, part family therapy session and part improvised comedy, Caveh Zahedi's second feature, "I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore," is a one-of-a-kind talkfest that's as…
Two telepix, two docus and a TV series were honored Wednesday with Imagen Awards for creating positive media images of Latinos.
"Last of the Dog Men," the most recent effort from "Stargate" and "Universal Soldier" producer Joel B. Michaels, has signed Barbara Hershey to co-star with Tom Berenger and will begin lensing next…
President Carlos Menem's office Wednesday shrugged off charges that he snubbed Jewish groups when he failed to attend the Argentine opening of Steven Spielberg's Holocaust epic, "Schindler's List."
With all the confidence of an 800-pound gorilla, Warner Bros. stormed NATO/ShoWest '94 on Wednesday, unleashing a 44-minute product reel and flexing some serious corporate muscle.
Emma Thompson is to play the title role in "Carrington," a new Polygram Filmed Entertainment pic to be directed by Christopher Hampton.
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution rolled out the heavy artillery with a healthy sampling of its animated summer release "The Lion King" to conclude the second day of NATO/ShoWest '94.
Responding to threats of boycotts and picket lines, Warner Bros. Korea has canceled its scheduled release of "Falling Down" because movie critics here say the pic promotes racial violence, company…
Beyond the stars and product reels, NATO/ShoWest '94 has included some sharp business talk, including confirmation Wednesday of distribution relationships struck between start-up Savoy Pictures and…
Bad pun intended, MGM/UA is handing out T-shirts at ShoWest here emblazoned with the proclamation "This Time We're Not Lion." Yow!
From the moment exhibitors entered the New Line/Fine Line-sponsored luncheon Tuesday at Bally's, multiple screens adorned with the leering mug of comic Jim Carrey as the zoot-suited lead in "The…