A growing number of major studios are supporting a repeal of a key provision of the Prime Time Access Rule, which prohibits top-50 market network affiliates from airing off-net fare in the hour…
Provocative questions are raised in Marlane Meyer's new "Why Things Burn," but the haze that settles over their deliberation seems less a matter of ambiguity than authorial confusion. A vivid setup…
Also with: Janet Bushor, Keith Cromwell, Shawn Ku, Troy Lambert, David E. Liddell, Jay Poindexter, Michael Quinn, Conny Sasfai, Scott Spahr, Kyle Whyte, Dale Hensley, Jim Madden, Judith Thiergaard…
Miramax Films creative director James Verdesoto is leaving at the end of February to form his own Manhattan-based design firm, Indika NYC.
NATO/ShoWest '94 named Harrison Ford as its first Box Office Star of the Century. The star of "The Fugitive" and the Indiana Jones film series will receive the accolade at the Paramount Pictures…
Rim Film Distributors has signed with Pacific Theaters to program and operate the Regency One theater in Glendale starting Feb. 11. Rim's programming there will start with the second Festival Hong…
Women in Film has created a technology council to be chaired by Beth B. Kennedy, the former Los Angeles city film liaison under ex-Mayor Tom Bradley.
In addition to providing a fabulous feature-length ad for Bahamas tourism, this latest U.S. remake of a French film offers some of the same breezy charm as its environs. Those winds could blow some…
The British Academy of Film and TV Arts in Los Angeles will feature a seminar of top-rated helmers in its first in a series of symposia about the challenge of the international film community Feb. 5…
Dublin-based Frontier Films is looking for a U.S. outlet for its hourlong documentary about influential rock band the Velvet Underground.
Mel Gibson has been signed to direct "Brave Heart," a Scottish epic to be produced through Alan Ladd's production banner at Paramount Pictures.