Two-time Oscar winning writer Horton Foote, the soft-spoken Texan who has brought "Tender Mercies" and "The Trip To Bountiful" to the screen, will receive the Writers Guild of America's 1993 Screen…
The board of directors of Paramount Communications Inc. was easily re-elected yesterday, despite a move to unseat some members by a pension fund that claimed some exex, including chairman Martin…
TriStar Pictures put on an impressive display of confidence -- and product -- at NATO/ShoWest yesterday, delivering a promising slate punctuated by such movies as "Sleepless in…
Randa Haines, director of the Oscar-nominated "Children of a Lesser God" and the Emmy-winning "Something About Amelia," will receive the American Film Institute's Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal…
The sleazy side of L.A.'s dance club cum hostess-for-hire scene forms the rudiments of the subpar indie "Taxi Dancers." In rather hyperbolic tones, its press kit offers "the first movie ever made…
A program to help fledgling filmmakers with discounts on raw film stock has been launched by Eastman Kodak Co. and Gotham's Independent Feature Project.
San Diego has proclaimed Sunday Spencer Wilson Day, in honor of the man who spent more than six decades managing local theaters.
Actress Helen Hayes remained in critical condition yesterday but was resting comfortably in a coronary care unit.
THE ALASKA FILM OFFICE lost some production dollars -- at least temporarily -- with the postponement of actor/director Steven Seagal's "Rainbow Warrior" (Daily Variety, March 4), but the state still…
Pre-Vue Entertainment Magazine has entered into an agreement with the United Artists Theatres Circuit Inc. whereby the monthly publication will be distributed in all of the company's theaters.
Bruce Hendricks has been promoted to senior vice president in charge of production for the motion picture divisions of the Walt Disney Studios.