A group of rare silent films has been restored, set to new piano music, and packaged in a six-cassette collection for sale to the public in a joint effort between the Library of Congress and the…
The above-the-line troops at Paramount Pictures were rallied during a reception Wednesday for newly installed Viacom Entertainment Group chairman Jonathan Dolgen.
Nearly 2 million pirated videocassettes were seized last year by investigators in the anti-piracy office of the Motion Picture Assn. of America. The thefts represent a potential revenue loss to…
An A-list assembly of studio execs, filmmakers and Hollywood lawyers are set to square off in the upcoming Intl. Artist Rights Symposium, in what may be the first open dialogue on the "moral" issues…
Columbia Pictures' "City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold" rode its way to a PG-13 rating, while "bizarre gender-related humor" helped Buena Vista's androgynous comedy "It's Pat" earn a PG-13…
A state assembly bill that would prohibit "disruptive activity" on film sets has drawn the ire of some of Hollywood's most powerful unions as a potentially labor-quashing piece of legislation.
The director of "Best Seller," the writer of New Line's 1991 feature "Queens Logic," and a "Homicide" co-executive producer have all signed with the United Talent Agency.
A federal judge refused Tuesday to prevent Fox Broadcasting Co. from televising its pic about the shotgun killings of Live Entertainment chairman Jose Menendez and his wife, Kitty, and the…
"Rapa Nui" looks very much like an act of cinematic folly, a wacky anthropological adventure staged on a grand scale and filmed in obviously difficult and inhospitable circumstances.
The window for submissions to the 39th annual Samuel Goldwyn Awards for excellence in dramatic writing has been set for April 20 through May 20.
Fine Line Features has once again pushed back the release date of Gus Van Sant's "Even Cowgirls Get the Blues." The new date is May 20, when its only competition will be Warner Bros.' highly touted…