Handmade Films (Distributors) Ltd. has sued Warner Bros., Inc. for allegedly providing false reports of money spent on film promotion.
Cody Cluff is the director of the Los Angeles County Film Office. Cluff's name was omitted from yesterday's Location Expo special report.
A short history of the West Coast lesbian scene through the filter of San Francisco's oldest lesbian bar, "Last Call at Maud's" is a well-researched, undogmatic look at a footnote in social history…
Turner Pictures Worldwide has named Midge Barnett vice president of international sales. She will be based in Los Angeles and will report directly to Robert Lazarus, VP/general manager for TPW.
A record 10 U.S. films by indie filmmakers highlight the 22nd annual "New Directors/New Films" series, to be held March 19-April 4 at the Museum of Modern Art, sponsored by Film Society of Lincoln…
Actor/dancer Paul Mercurio, the much sought after star of Miramax's Aussie hit "Strictly Ballroom," has signed with Writers & Artists Agency.
Stephen Rea heads a strong cast, crisply directed, in "Bad Behaviour," a delightful comedy of manners set among a group of North Londoners. With a tone somewhere between Mike Leigh's "Life Is Sweet"…
APART FROM SOME of the big star autobiographies, such as Katharine Hepburn's "Me," and deep-dish gossip tomes like Maria Riva's tell-all about her mother, Marlene Dietrich, it's not at all clear who…
The Cold War may be over but the "apocalypse" is near if the European Community imposes quotas on American film and TV, according to Jack Valenti, president of the Motion Picture Assn. of America.
Directors Guild of America president Arthur Hiller will receive an Honorary Life Membership in the DGA at the guild's 45th Awards banquet March 6 at the Beverly Hilton.
October Films confirmed yesterday that it has acquired all North American distribution rights to "Ruby in Paradise," which shared the Grand Jury Prize with "Public Access" at last month's Sundance…