A number of changes are in store for the 1999 version of ShoWest, including the likely return of Warner Bros. and Disney as sponsors of major events.
With the London Screenings coming of age this week as a major marketing event in its own right, Mifed is looking increasingly like an unwanted afterthought.
Joan Allen has signed to make her first film with Steppenwolf founder Gary Sinise and reteam with "Pleasantville" co-star Jeff Daniels in "All the Rage," an indie film that will also star Andre…
Ray Clark's cabinet shop had been considered Liberty, S.C.'s "little shop of horrors" until Morgan Creek Prods. gave it a movie makeover for its pic, "Chill Factor."
Working Title Films is planning to revisit the Swinging Sixties with a lavish adaptation of Richard Neville's memoir "Hippie Hippie Shake."
Thanks largely to foreign exhibitors, Argentina should have 1,000 screens by the end of next year, industryites now project.
Spyglass Entertainment, the new Disney-based distrib and production company run by former Caravan chief Roger Birnbaum and former Morgan Creek exec Gary Barber, has set up a $250 million financing…
Sean Connery and Rhonda Tollefson's Fountainbridge Films has struck a three-picture deal with Intermedia. Connery is likely to star in all three projects.
The voracious Buena Vista Intl. has nabbed international rights to yet another high-profile indie picture, Lakeshore Entertainment's "Runaway Bride."
The Centre National de la Cinematographie has announced France's foreign language Oscar entry for 1998: "La Vie Revee des Anges" (The Dream Life of Angels) from director Eric Zonca.