Columbia Pictures made official on Thursday the promotions of Sid Ganis to vice chairman of the studio and Lisa Henson to president, confirming a Daily Variety report that the promotions were…
Call this "The Getaway Lite." Despite considerable energy and occasional laughs, this latest effort from youthful writer/director Adam Rifkin too often feels like it was written by Beavis and…
Final ballots in all 23 Oscar categories went out Thursday to the 4,755 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Oscar-nominated director Jim Sheridan has been tabbed as a presenter at the 66th annual Academy Awards, March 21 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Sheridan is nominated for his work on "In the Name…
Patricia McQueeney is Harrison Ford's personal manager and agent. She reads every script and makes every deal. Ford is her only client.
Foreign buyers used to come to the American Film Market to make offers and close deals before the bazaar ended. No more. At this market, caution prevailed.
Bucking a mood at the American Film Market described by several attendees as sluggish, Hearst Entertainment has made several overseas vid deals, some driven by new, unconventional markets.
Though theatrical attendance in Chile was up just 0.5% in 1993, hitting nearly 5 million tickets, the news cheered the industry execs since it reversed a downward trend ongoing since 1988.
Michael Douglas has set up a new production company with former New Regency Prods. prexy Steven Reuther, folding Stonebridge Prods., his Columbia-based production company, in the process.
Right on cue, "Schindler's List,""The Piano" and "Philadelphia" enjoyed an uplift at the foreign B.O. after their Oscar victories.
At the American Film Market, where every buyer wants to see the product available, a new technology threatens to replace the omnipresent videotape: CD-I.