"Singing Out," the groundbreaking film documenting the Los Angeles Gay Men's Chorus tour of Eastern Europe, will be distributed worldwide by Medallion Entertainment.
"Schindler's List" and "The Piano" predictably led the list of Writers Guild of America best screenplay nominees announced Tuesday, but in a switch, the highly praised pix won't be competing against…
Ratso Rizzo will kick off the American Film Institute’s 1994 Favorite Film Series on Feb. 16 as United Artists’ “Midnight Cowboy” celebrates its 25th anniversary. The screening will be held at the…
Will the next Felix Awards presentation take place in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1995? It is not as far-fetched as it might sound.
Michael Nathanson, who recently exited as Columbia Pictures corporate executive veepee, will assume the prexy/CEO slot at Warner Bros.-based New Regency Prods. Feb. 15, New Regency confirmed Monday.
Cineplex Odeon Corp. announced Monday that a partnership, comprising the company and prominent Washington businessmen Ted and Jim Pedas, has completed the acquisition of RIO at Washingtonian Center…
Studios constantly rate talent, but how does talent size up the studios? Daily Variety has asked producers, directors, agents and others involved in the filmmaking process to rate the majors.
“Blink” is a New Line Cinema release. Distribution credit was incorrect in Album Spotlight Monday. * * * Domestic distribution credit for Carolco’s “Wagons East” was incorrect Friday in Short Takes…
Selected to open this year's Rendez-Vous du Cinema Quebecois fest, veteran helmer Lea Pool's "Mouvements du desir" is an ultra-steamy update of the classic romance-on-a-train theme that adds new zing…
Hollywood's odds-on Oscar favorites continued to dominate other awards nominations Monday as the American Cinema Editors picked Michael Kahn's "Schindler's List," Veronika Jenet's "The Piano" and…