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Cineville Inc., the indie producer of such films as "Gas, Food, Lodging" and "Delusion," has named former Vestron exec Dan Ireland as the company's senior vice president of production.
First-time feature director Philip Brophy comes up with a schlocky, tongue-in-cheek gore pic in "Body Melt," a moderately enjoyable item for fans of the genre. This loopy tale, about a mad doctor…
Michelle Pfeiffer's management is in final negotiations on a reported $ 3.5 million-$ 5 million deal for the actress to star in Don Simpson/Jerry Bruckheimer Films' "My Posse Don't Do Homework,"…
Despite rumors buzzing about Hollywood, Bell Atlantic Corp. and its soon-to-be subsidiary Tele-Communications Inc. have no desire to own a movie studio.
Nine world premieres and more than 20 U.S. preems highlight the non-competitive lineup at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah.
Quebec comedy "La Florida" has won the Golden Reel Award as the top-grossing Canadian movie of the past year, it was announced by the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television.
Touchstone Pictures has inked a non-exclusive, first-look deal for singer Garth Brooks to star in and produce movies for the Disney production arm.
Columbia/TriStar Film Distributors Intl. is expanding the duties of its general manager of Argentina, Oscar Scarinci, to include supervision of distribution of theatrical product in Uruguay.
Producer Jeremy Thomas has finalized a four-year development and production deal with French major UGC.
Veteran Aussie production house Crawfords is restructuring to accommodate indie and overseas producers alongside in-house productions.