A plentiful influx of new exclusives perked up the limited-run box office, led by Sony Pictures Classics' "Olivier, Olivier" and Kino's cinematographers' docu "Visions of Light."
Budget-slashing director general ofthe BBC finds himself in hot water over a compensation arrangement that allowed him to pay less income tax; French exhib Gaumont's earnings drop; and Sunset + Vine…
After "Wayne's World" cashed in lampooning the addled heavy-metal set, the timing looks ripe for a spoof of rap music, and this attempt by another "Saturday Night Live" performer, Chris Rock, should…
Reflecting mixed box office results, French exhibition and distribution major Gaumont has posted 1992 profits of 33.9 million francs ($ 6 million), down 23.8 %.
David Marconi, writer/director of Arrow Entertainment's upcoming release "The Harvest," has signed to write a political thriller for Hollywood Pictures-based Simpson-Bruckheimer Prods.
Russia expects to pass a copyright and anti-piracy law within two weeks, according to President Boris Yeltsin's first deputy chief, Vladimir V. Volodin. "A new task force will make sure the laws are…
A battle is brewing between the studios and the Artists Rights Foundation over pending authorship legislation that would give directors, writers and producers more control over their films.
Turner Pictures Worldwide president Dennis Miller has launched the company's full-court press at the American Film Market, assuring buyers that the company would forge long-term relationships with…
Start-up development company Cinema Line Films has reeled in another spec script, Diane Wilk's romantic comedy "Things Happen," picking the property up over the weekend.
Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? AFM buyers know. It's "The Shadow"... in spirit only. One of the most buzzed-about titles at this year's market is the saga of the mysterious…
Warner Bros' "Falling Down" exceeded all expectations, rational and otherwise , to emerge as the weekend box office leader with a reported $ 8,724,454 from 1, 220 screens.