Buena Vista's "Father Hood" pulled down a PG-13 in the 1,274th bulletin from the Classification & Rating Administration of the Motion Picture Assn. of America.
Largo Entertainment confirmed late Thursday that it has ponied up $ 750,000 against $ 1 million for "Suspension"-- a spec script from 28-year-old screenwriter Joss Whedon.
Florida's bid to increase film and television production picked up steam Thursday with the appointment of 12 people to support the industry and seven executives to the Florida Film and Television…
The Los Angeles Unified School District Board next week will consider a proposal to decrease filming fees on school campuses by 50% while reducing the number of mandated city employees that are…
Part of celluloid Western history has gone to the great corral in the sky, Warner Bros. announced Thursday.
Suzanne Rothbaum's and David Weisberg's names were misspelled in the story Thursday on Permut Presentations.
Miramax Films is among several companies negotiating to acquire screenwriter/director Quentin Tarantino's low-budget black comedy "Pulp Fiction, " it was confirmed Thursday.
Jim Wiatt, president and CEO of Intl. Creative Management, has been appointed to the USC School of Cinema-Television's Board of Councilors.
The 1992 docu "Brother's Keeper" will make its homevideo bow Aug. 11 on the Fox Lorber Video label. The film, which garnered awards from the National Board of Review, New York Film Critics Circle…
Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment have bought the rights to the musical "Carnival" with plans to turn it into an animated feature, the studio confirmed (Daily Variety, June 3). The film…
Feed Them to the Cannibals!" is a delightful tribute to Australia's apparently open-minded acceptance of gays, at least within cosmopolitan Sydney. Colorful doc is limited by its principally regional…