The high-flying openings of the past month may be the first step toward fulfilling a long-held exhibitor's dream: an evenly balanced yearlong release schedule.
While the majors released fewer films this year than in 1991, the next 12 months look to be overloaded with product, particularly for the first quarter and summer periods.
Warner Bros. led major distributors as the No. 1 supplier of new films for the fifth year in a row, opening 25 new features during 1992. New Line Cinema, including its autonomous subsidiary Fine Line…
Currently in postproduction, Damaged Californians' "Below Thirty/Above 10,000 " is attracting the interest of a number of distributors, largely on the basis of the small production company's recent…
The Christmas cheer is spreading at CBS, where holiday specials have propelled the net to an easy victory in the Dec. 14-20 prime time Nielsens.
Landmark Theatre Corp. announced that the first five days of its Festival Hong Kong has grossed $ 14,491, placing it among the top-earning festivals for the circuit's Nuart Theatre.
The Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival, Jan. 7-17, has announced the rest of its lineup, which includes three world premieres.
Drew Barrymore, Stacy Keach and Paul Winfield will be on hand Dec. 29 to announce nominations for the 50th annual Golden Globe Awards.
The American Film Institute announced that its fourth annual Third Decade Council's Motion Picture Conference will open with "A Conversation With Jeffrey Katzenberg," Jan. 9 on the AFI campus.
A feature from Korea, a documentary from Australia, a cinematographer from India, for-profit and nonprofit organizations from the U.S., and two homegrown films from Hawaii took top honors at the 12th…