Produced by Bert Sundberg. Directed, written by Stellan Olsson. Camera (color), Hans Welin; editor, Lasse Lundberg; music, Tomas Elfstadius; production design, Soren Skjaer; costume design, Marianne…
NSB Film Corp., in an attempt to assuage its numerous creditors, has settled a year-old lawsuit against Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland, officials of the bank and Hollywood's top three talent guilds…
Michael Weller's 1988 "Spoils of War" was a marked departure for the playwright whose "Moonchildren" and "Loose Ends" had been major signposts in the lives of a generation that came of age in the…
"Cultivating Charlie" is a slick but self-indulgent misfire that recalls the sophomoric excesses of flower-power fables from the late '60s and early '70s. Despite a few recognizable names in the…
Thomas Hedman has resigned as managing director of Guild Entertainment, the leading independent film distributor owned by French conglom Chargeurs.
Filmed around L.A. by Slick/Mac Prods. and Twentieth TV. Executive producers/writers, Ralph Farquhar, Michael J. Weithorn; producer, William E. Baker; director, Stan Lathan; "South Central," latest…
Two years into its run, "Crazy for You," the 1992 best musical Tony winner, is still doing solid B.O. at the Shubert.
March box office established a record for the frame with a tally of $ 323.3 million. It was a significant 12% ahead of last year and 3% better than the old record for the month set in 1992.
Charming low-budgeter about a day in the life of street urchins on the tourist island Madeira is an appealing combo of indignation and humor. Carefully handled, pic could definitely pull in some…
Irish housepainter-turned-playwright Jimmy Murphy lends a stroke of truth to his debut, "Brothers of the Brush." Based on his own working man's experience, "Brothers" is a smart, nicely turned play…