Irving Lazar, the literary and talent agent dubbed "Swifty" by Humphrey Bogart for his speed at putting together deals, died at his Beverly Hills home Thursday night of kidney failure. He was 86.
Astellar cast, lavish production values and an epic storyline combine for blue-blooded suds in "The House of the Spirits." Bille August's high-toned reduction of Isabel Allende's 1985 worldwide…
Harold Becker, who turned out a sleeper hit on the subject of medical malpractice with "Malice," is now turning his sights toward Gotham city politics.
"Smoking" and "No Smoking" light up the screen and rev up the intellect. In having the vision and audacity to compress Alan Ayckbourn's variation-loaded octet of plays into two free-standing but…
Ray Aghayan has been named costume designer for the 66th Academy Awards show, to be produced by Gilbert Cates.
"AIDS: Talking to One Another" is a frank and refreshing talking-heads docu in which a cross-section of HIV-positive men and two women articulate their reactions and feelings. Intimate and…
How's this for a Hollywood story to start 1994: A 21-year-old model goes in to read for a two-line part and lands the leading role in a Hollywood feature. Now, producers and directors are starting to…
What's that sweeping out of the grassy plains of Mongolia? Golden Hordes? A race of Khans? No, it's the return of Italian neo-realism. Part of the first wave of films made without Russian control…
L.A. Mayor Richard Riordan gave production managers all over Hollywood a reason to celebrate the new year Thursday when he said the Office of Entertainment Industry Affairs will officially accept…
Filmed in London and Manchester, England, by Granada Television for the ITV network. Executive producer, Sally Head; producer, Paul Marcus; associate producer, Lynda La Plante; director, David Drury…
Hollywood studios are bracing for record business in India in 1994 -- thanks largely to relaxation of restrictive trade barriers.