A June 25 Pix Mix for “Hercules” should have said Michael Bolton solos on the pic’s song “Go the Distance.” * * * Shockwave Entertainment bought Video Image, a division of Vifx. Information was…
The South Korean TV program "Ashes of Time" won the Prix Italia 1997 award for fiction, the jury representing nine international broadcasters announced Saturday in Ravenna, Italy.
Paramount's "Face/Off" emerged the uncontested winner of the weekend B.O. bout against Buena Vista's "Hercules."
Shanghai Animation Film Studio expects to produce a record-setting amount of animation in 1997 --- more than 1,000 minutes --- and has launched several ambitious projects, including a feature.
Munich-based Polygram Film Produktion GmbH announced on Monday that it is co-producing its first German-lingo feature: "Freundinnen und andere Monster" (Friends and Other Monsters), to be directed by…
Mexico City theater operator Grupo Cinemex celebrated its 101st screen with the opening of a 14-screen facility on June 26.
Holland's Ministry of Economic Affairs has given the greenlight to a ground- breaking tax support scheme aimed at helping filmmakers in this territory.
Italy's top film producer and distributor, Vittorio Cecchi Gori, is negotiating the sale of two packages of films worth $175 million to Silvio Berlusconi's TV group Mediaset and pubcaster RAI…
Doug Liman, who directed "Swingers," is attached to helm Working Title's "Bachelor No. 2," about a guy who wins a dream date with a gorgeous woman who turns out to be a nightmare.
Mary McCormack, who portrayed deejay Howard Stern's infinitely patient wife in Paramount's "Private Parts," is set to begin two new pics.
The jewel in the crown of this year's ninth Galway Film Festival (July 8-13) on Ireland's western seaboard is the world premiere of Neil Jordan's "The Butcher Boy."
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