Credit Lyonnais took over MGM/UA in May 1992. Date was incorrect in Thursday's story, and name of bank spokesman Fred Spar was misspelled.
This rare Korean indie production sheds light on a little-known issue of worker exploitation in Asia. While that slant may interest fests looking for human rights themes, wobbly dramatic development…
Also with: Rina Okada, Chiyochirow Aoki, Hadaka Samuzora, Asako Kobayashi, Takuo Kobayashi.
Seasoned production hand Lindsley Parsons Jr. is the new president of Intl. Film Guarantors. Parsons takes the reigns of the completion bond company after his most recent stint as CEO of Lucas…
Orion serves up another long-on-the-shelf turkey with this gimmicky, poorly conceived comedy, which draws its only inspiration from the short-lived novelty of having Martin Short playing a bratty…
The fourth annual Variety/Wertheim Schroder "The Big Picture" conference will be held April 12 at the Pierre Hotel in New York.
There's no doubt that one of the biggest wastes of trees is the studio press kit, long a staple of Hollywood publicity departments.
"The War Room," October Films' Oscar-nominated documentary on the planning and execution of Bill Clinton's presidential campaign, earned a PG rating, while "The Birds II: Land's End," Showtime's…
Paramount, a studio always on the lookout for franchise opportunities, has found one, paying a mid-six against low-seven figure sum for James Patterson's novel "Kiss the Girls."
Thumbelina has jumped onto the CD-ROM bandwagon, as Time Warner Interactive Group and Spice Multimedia announced they are teaming up to release "Thumbelina's Giant Book of Adventures," an interactive…
Still licking his wounds after three years, Giancarlo Parretti is back banging on the lion's cage. An attorney for the Italian businessman filed a $ 3.9 billion lawsuit as the court closed Wednesday…
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