NSB Film Corp., in an attempt to assuage its numerous creditors, has settled a year-old lawsuit against Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland, officials of the bank and Hollywood's top three talent guilds…
Film Festival, Jan. 29, 1994. Running time: 64 MIN.
Produced by Bert Sundberg. Directed, written by Stellan Olsson. Camera (color), Hans Welin; editor, Lasse Lundberg; music, Tomas Elfstadius; production design, Soren Skjaer; costume design, Marianne…
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Michael Weller's 1988 "Spoils of War" was a marked departure for the playwright whose "Moonchildren" and "Loose Ends" had been major signposts in the lives of a generation that came of age in the…
It was almost a hat trick, as sequels -- led by Warner Bros.' launch of "Major League II"-- took three of the top four slots on the holiday weekend. The second inning for the baseball comedy barely…
"Cultivating Charlie" is a slick but self-indulgent misfire that recalls the sophomoric excesses of flower-power fables from the late '60s and early '70s. Despite a few recognizable names in the…
Filmed around L.A. by Slick/Mac Prods. and Twentieth TV. Executive producers/writers, Ralph Farquhar, Michael J. Weithorn; producer, William E. Baker; director, Stan Lathan; "South Central," latest…
After a four-month search, New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani last Friday appointed Patricia Reed Scott to fill the vacant position of commissioner of the Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting.
Two years into its run, "Crazy for You," the 1992 best musical Tony winner, is still doing solid B.O. at the Shubert.
Charming low-budgeter about a day in the life of street urchins on the tourist island Madeira is an appealing combo of indignation and humor. Carefully handled, pic could definitely pull in some…
Thomas Hedman has resigned as managing director of Guild Entertainment, the leading independent film distributor owned by French conglom Chargeurs.