The 11th Annual Los Angeles Intl. Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival was the most successful ever, according to Larry Horne, the fest's executive director.
Writer-director Avi Nesher has just made two high-profile deals for his services at Universal/Imagine Entertainment and Cinevision.
John Singleton's follow-up to "Boyz N the Hood" and the screen debut of Janet Jackson cannot sustain the scrutiny and expectation that inevitably follow a conspicuous first film. "Poetic Justice" is…
In a new marketing ploy taking advantage of the interactive age, movie studios have begun trying to reach moviegoers through the personal computer.
Orion Pictures majority shareholder John Kluge is doing an end run around bankruptcy court with the formation of Orion Prods. Co., funded via MetProductions, the new affiliate of Metromedia Co.
Dino-fever is spreading fast as "Jurassic Park" had monster openings in Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, the U.K. and Mexico last weekend, smashing B.O. records in every territory.
October Films is betting that a little political intrigue will sell big in the nation's arthouse theaters.
Call it "NancyDrew Goes to Jerusalem," and you won't be far off the mark. "The Seventh Coin" is a mildly diverting adventure that, minus a few seconds of graphic violence, would be well-suited for…
Suspense is not the strongest suit of "Benefit of the Doubt," a lackluster psychological thriller that uses the format of a TV-styled family melodrama but fails to target the gut or the mind…
Digital Domain has found a home. The upstart special effects company founded by Jim Cameron, Stan Winston and Scott Ross, and backed by IBM, is opening its doors shortly in Venice with a long list of…