The second-highest-rated Academy Awards telecast in 11 years presented ABC with its strongest primetime Nielsen score since Oscar week 1993 and its widest margin of victory in more than three years.
Orion Pictures, in another move to raise itself from the bankrupt dead, has promoted four to veepee positions.
A Gotham judge has found New Line Cinema in contempt of court for disobeying an order to remove scribe Stephen King's name from packaging and posters for vidcassettes of "The Lawnmower Man."
The cabinet of this country's Muslim government will decide today whether to lift the ban on "Schindler's List," a decision that will seal the film's fate here.
Eleven California arts groups were offered federal grants Tuesday, provided they can raise $ 3 on their own for every federal dollar they receive.
American Playhouse, with some financial help from Samuel Goldwyn Co., formed Playhouse Pictures Inc., an independent producer of arthouse fare with enough money to shield it from some of the…
Worldwide gross of "Jurassic Park" is $ 883.1 million. Figure was wrong in Tuesday's story about Tom Pollock.
The Directors Guild of America, in conjunction with UCLA, will gather a panel of leading Latino filmmakers tonight to talk about industry opportunities in TV and film.
After lingering in a release holding pattern for a month, Martin Lawrence's foul-mouthed "You So Crazy," which garnered an NC-17 rating, will go to a new distributor and be released without a rating.
Boyle-Taylor Prods. confirmed Tuesday that Christopher A. Cuddihy has been named vice president. Cuddihy is a relative newcomer to the Hollywood shuffle.
A&M Films, in association with Propaganda Films, has acquired the rights to Takashi Bufford's drama "Set It Off," a story described as an inner city "Thelma & Louise."