The collision of culture, politics and mysticism imbues Goldwyn's noirish "Golden Gate." Though the film doesn't stint on ambition, its ultimate conclusion comes up short and an unsatisfactory ending…
Would Arnold Kopelson become a fugitive from Warner Bros. to head Turner Pictures? Kopelson, who produced WB's biggest 1993 hit, "The Fugitive," and was named NATO's producer of the year at ShoWest…
Robert Altman, the iconoclastic and influential director of such films as "MASH,""Nashville,""The Player" and the current "Short Cuts," has been named the 1994 D.W. Griffith Award recipient by the…
Warner Home Video will release the hit pic "The Fugitive" to homevideo as a sell-through title with a multimillion-dollar promotional campaign and lengthy pay-per-view holdback.
TriStar's "Philadelphia" and Fox's "Mrs. Doubtfire" continued to slug it out at the box office, with the AIDS-related drama marginally in the lead with $ 7.5 million over the weekend.
While the major studios are adding entries to the summer release schedule, specialized distributor Miramax Films said Friday it plans to take advantage of a hole it sees in the much slower spring…
An innovation at this year's Sundance Film Fest was a pair of meet-the-press panels composed of participating filmmakers in the competitive drama and documentary sections. "We want to provide people…
Jason Flom is senior VP of Atlantic Records. His title was incorrect in Exec Shuffle Thursday. * * * Universal Pictures chose to give screenwriting credit to Tom S. Parker and Jim Jennewein for the…