Universal's "Death Becomes Her" has racked up $ 52,692,536 in its release in foreign markets.
William A. Fraker has been elected to a precedent-setting third consecutive term as president of American Society of Cinematographers.
In an effort to more closely mirror the union of Hollywood and Silicon Valley in filmmaking, the American Film Institute has teamed director James Cameron and John Warnock, chairman of computer…
Golden Harvest Films Inc.'s producer of the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" films, Tom Gray, is about to launch an unprecedented, carefully calculated experiment by taking Chinese films uptown in 20…
The Imagine Films Entertainment saga has almost drawn to a conclusion. The beleaguered production company, as expected, announced yesterday that its board has approved a $ 9-a-share buyout offer made…
Chanticleer Films is scrapping its eight-month-old Features Program, aimed at giving novices the opportunity to direct low-budget features, a move that has drawn howls of outrage from at least a few…
For the first time in Academy history, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award will be awarded to two people--actresses Audrey Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor.
THE U.S. MERCHANT Marine Veterans of World War II have widened their bid to lure Hollywood to their decks, as a local group of volunteer seamen prepare to sail for Normandy, France, in 1994 to…
With the release yesterday of the eclectic comedy "Motorama," Hollywood-based Two Moon Releasing is taking its second stab at domestic distribution of independent product.
On the heels of Spike Lee's "Malcolm X" and in time for Black History Month in February, two classic films are being reissued: "Nothing But a Man" and "Malcolm X--The Documentary."
Richard Friedenberg, scripter of "A River Runs Through It," has been slated to receive the NATO/ShoWest '93 screenwriter of the year award during the March 8-11 confab of exhibitors and distributors…