In deference to ongoing struggles in Yugoslavia and other parts of Europe, the 43rd Berlin Intl. Film Festival (Feb. 11-22) is unspooling a double dox tribute Feb. 15.
The University of Southern California announced yesterday that it is getting into the business of financing features.
The American Film Institute will honor winners of its 1992 Robert M. Bennett Awards for outstanding achievements in local television programming today in ceremonies on the AFI campus.
Morgan Creek Prods. and Paul Mazursky are together again, following their collaboration on the veteran filmmaker's 1989 Oscar-nominated picture "Enemies, A Love Story."
The Producers Guild of America has announced film and TV nominees for its fourth annual Golden Laurel awards. Those prizes, along with two lifetimeachievement awards and a pair of newcomer awards…
Twentieth Century Fox and James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment will release a special edition of "The Abyss" in Los Angeles and New York on Feb. 26.
Nominations for the 19th annual People's Choice Awards were announced yesterday. The top vote-getters were determined by a Gallup Poll of more than 5,000 people nationwide.
MGM has promoted Judi Farkas from director of development to vice president of development on the East Coast.
PARK CITY, Utah--Sam Shepard transplants a couple of his famously dysfunctional families to the Old West in "Silent Tongue," a bizarre, meandering and, finally, maddening mystical oater that will…
The William Morris Agency confirmed yesterday it has signed Matthew Modine for representation in all fields, luring the actor and emerging filmmaker away from rival International Creative Management…
PARK CITY, Utah--"Public Access" represents a disturbing, dramatically cloudy , technically proficient feature debut from young helmer Bryan Singer. Co-winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance…