Responding to threats of boycotts and picket lines, Warner Bros. Korea has canceled its scheduled release of "Falling Down" because movie critics here say the pic promotes racial violence, company…
Part docu-diary, part theological quest, part family therapy session and part improvised comedy, Caveh Zahedi's second feature, "I Don't Hate Las Vegas Anymore," is a one-of-a-kind talkfest that's as…
Sixteen episodes of “Fame” appeared on NBC from January 1982 through August 1983, when it jumped into firstrun production. There were 131 more episodes produced for syndication from fall 1983-87. A…
Two telepix, two docus and a TV series were honored Wednesday with Imagen Awards for creating positive media images of Latinos.
From the moment exhibitors entered the New Line/Fine Line-sponsored luncheon Tuesday at Bally's, multiple screens adorned with the leering mug of comic Jim Carrey as the zoot-suited lead in "The…
As a comic spin on the action/heist genre, "Handgun" resembles a cross between Hal Hartley's "Simple Men" and Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs." Whitney Ransick's low-budget feature directorial…
Applications are being accepted for the fifth annual Writer's Film Project, a yearlong program for fiction, theater and film writers sponsored by Amblin Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
Dragged back into the red last quarter by anticipated losses at its half-owned USA Network, Paramount Communications nevertheless reported a surprisingly robust performance from its film business.
Bernadette Peters will sing and perform the opening number on the 66th Academy Awards show, which will be broadcast by ABC live at 6 p.m. March 21 from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. It will be…