A possible brouhaha is brewing over the eligibility of Bille August's "The Best Intentions" in the competition for the best foreign-language film Oscar.
RIGHT IN FRANCIS Ford Coppola's backyard, local businessman and investor J. Robert Barbour and location manager Nick Sanza have hatched plans to bring movie production to Northern California's Napa…
Brit production company Goldcrest Films and TV has acquired all foreign rights in all media to a package of three films from Columbia TriStar Home Video.
It's no surprise that Mexico's hottest film, "Como Agua Para Chocolate," has been picked by the Mexican Academy as that country's entry for the upcoming 1993 Academy Awards.
Senior Paramount Pictures exex were abruptly ordered yesterday to attend a high-level studio meeting this morning for VPs and above.
New Line's "Damage" received an NC-17 in the 1,241st weekly bulletin of the Motion Picture Association of America's Classification & Rating Administration.
Paramount Pictures' "Patriot Games" international boxoffice gross has reportedly hit $ 54 million plus, including results from openings in several countries last weekend, the company said.
Industry vet John Ruscin is ankling his three-year post as senior VP of acquisitions and production at 20th Century Fox to join Ticketmaster Inc. as executive VP.
Sir Lancelot, King Arthur and Jerry Zucker are about to ride again.
Screenwriter Millard Kaufman has decided to set the record straight.
Auctioneer Malcolm Willits put another Oscar statuette on the block yesterday , looking to sell the figure that was awarded to Robbie Robertson for his special effects work on the 1969 film…