In a potentially precedent-setting decision, a Los Angeles jury has found that ITC Entertainment violated antitrust laws when it packaged the motion picture "Twice in a Lifetime" for syndication. In…
After a period of strenuous belt-tightening, the American Film Institute is now on an "even keel" financially and ready to begin a cautious period of expansion, according to its new board chairman…
RHI Entertainment is negotiating with New Line Television for New Line to handle sales and management of RHI catalog product, it was confirmed yesterday. The deal is pending final approval of both…
The International Documentary Congress, which begins today and runs through Saturday, represents a major Hollywood step toward acknowledging the significance of the nonfiction form.
The bottom line is, when was the last time you paid $ 7.50 to see a documentary on a Saturday night," says director Keva Rosenfeld.
Per Spanish culture ministry figures released Monday, the box office tally for the first six months of 1992 totalled $ 154,142,245 for all films from Jan. 1 through June 30.
On Oct. 30 the Lincoln Plaza cinemas will expand from three theaters to a sixplex, with owner/operator Dan Talbot pledging a firm policy of first-run exclusive (in Manhattan) bookings only.
'Once Upon a Time in America' 3 hours, 47 minutes Sergio Leone's cut of the WB gangster epic will bow Oct. 23 at the NuArt. The 1984 pic's running time was 2 1/2 hours.
In a major revamp of its movie production arm, New Line Cinema has crowned Michael De Luca as executive vice president and chief operating officer of its New Line Prods. unit, giving the 27-year-old…
Peter Shaw's London-based United British Artists has optioned the film rights to Richard Lourie's unfinished "Hunting the Devil," the tale of KGB detective Issa Kostoyev's pursuit of Russia's serial…
Claiming he's "bought more books than anybody in this town," producer Lee Rich has acquired four more novels that he's developing as theatrical features. Three of the projects, "The Hunting…