Kirstie Alley has entered into a multiyear deal with Universal encompassing features and television, with the actress to take up residence on the studio lot.
David Geffen has been appointed to the steering committee of the American Cinematheque's annual Moving Picture Ball.
A trade group representing the copyright interests of film studios and record companies is recommending that Taiwan be shut out of world trade talks and that the U.S. embark on trade retaliation…
Documentary filmmaker Mark Mori is dropping his campaign to get PBS to show his 1990 Oscar-nominated film "Building Bombs," a battle he's been waging since November. Instead, Mori announced…
Riding high in the saddle on Oscar winner "Unforgiven" and the increasing momentum of the Western, Warner Home Video is planning to launch four Warner Westerns and five classic episodes of TV series…
Academy Awards producer Gilbert Cates has blasted the political comments made on Monday night's Oscars telecast by award presenters Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins.
Shooting was scheduled to begin this week on "Sirens," an Aussie/U.K. film that marks the first major role for model Elle Macpherson and is the first domestic pic for Aussie helmer John Duigan since…
Monday is the first entry deadline for the 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, for programs originally broadcast between June 1, 1992, and April 5. A second deadline, for programs airing as late as…
A severe case of first film-itis afflicts "Masala," a free-wheeling satire set in Toronto's subculture of residents from India. Strand Releasing's best shot is to attract a cult following.
'Pinocchio' 10.2 mil units shipped Walt Disney Home Video also reports that in just six days of release (March 23-28) the restored, reissued animated classic generated sales of more than 4 million…
Forget the independents -- for Oscar, this was the year of the visa.