At the start of its second decade, the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film and Video Festival is finally hitting its stride, says the fest's exec director Larry Horne. The 238 films and videos being…
Paramount Pictures producer Scott Rudin has completed a $ 1 million acquisition of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "A Confederacy of Dunces" from Susan O'Connell and John Langdon, sources said…
A new theater chain with a verve for marketing has emerged out of the Southeast, and is expected to run smack into some big competitors.
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Walt Disney Studios has rubbed up two alternative lines of lyrics for the opening number "Arabian Nights" in the animated smash "Aladdin," following protests from the American-Arab…
The National Assn. of Theatre Owners and the Motion Picture Assn. of America -- the two organizations that administer the Classification & Rating Administration -- announced Friday they would begin…
Last week…$ 203,500,000 1992…$ 132,100,000 1991…$ 152,500,000 Year to date…$ 2,450,500,000 *1992…$ 2,268,600,000 1991…$ 2,365,300,000 * one week less
TriStar Pictures announced Friday that it has extended for 18 months its first-look production deal with Adelson-Baumgarten Prods., refreshing a relationship that began with an overall housekeeping…
The $ A35 million ($ 23.8 million) share issue for Paul Hogan's next feature , "Lightning Jack," closed Friday, well ahead of target. The film is due to be listed on the stock exchange July 29.
Winners and losers of the U.S. summer B.O. season are venturing overseas with roughly the same success rate -- although there have been some surprising reversals.
Ticket sales for L.A. Gay/Lesbian Film Fest Up 150% Programs are selling out and tickets being snapped up at a brisk pace for the film and video event. Story , page 3.
Col's "In the Line of Fire" debuted in third with $ 15.4 million, the biggest opening for a Clint Eastwood film.