Showing its support for emerging technologies, Paramount Pictures has chosen several of its top-line theatrical titles to be released on CD-I by Philips N.V. in coming months.
Winners and losers of the U.S. summer B.O. season are venturing overseas with roughly the same success rate -- although there have been some surprising reversals.
Ticket sales for L.A. Gay/Lesbian Film Fest Up 150% Programs are selling out and tickets being snapped up at a brisk pace for the film and video event. Story , page 3.
Col's "In the Line of Fire" debuted in third with $ 15.4 million, the biggest opening for a Clint Eastwood film.
With Bette Midler and her onscreen sisters shamelessly hamming things up, it looks as if those involved in making this inoffensive flight of fantasy had more fun than anyone over 12 will have…
"Dennis the Menace" opens disappointingly in Japan, and "Hot Shots! Part Deux" heats up international B.O.
A battle is brewing over which limbs will be cut from "Boxing Helena" to get the MPAA NC-17 rating reduced to an R so Orion Classics can release the film Sept. 3.
It was a red-hot weekend at the box office, as the combined gross busted past $ 100 million for the biggest non-holiday total ever. The combination of strong new entries and spirited continuing runs…
The Intl. Teleproduction Society's technical awards ceremony was expected to draw some 1,500 industry luminaries to its black-tie gathering Saturday at the Beverly Hilton.
Domestic film box office set an all-time single-week record of an estimated $ 203.5 million in the seven days beginning July 2. Only three other weeks have ever passed the $ 200 million level…
At the start of its second decade, the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival is finally hitting its stride, says the fest's exec director Larry Horne. The 238 films and videos being…