The Classification & Ratings Administration is under the jurisdiction of the Motion Picture Assn. of America and its semi-silent partner, the National Assn. of Theater Owners. It consists of two…
Japan's education minister said she wants to help revive the country's declining film industry, which reached its peak in the 1960s.
Not only does Italy have the worst homevideo piracy problem in Europe, its pirates are also the proudest.
Several major year-end U.S. releases are among the initial group of films announced for the 44th Berlin Intl. Film Festival, which will unspool Feb. 10-21.
Roy Christopher has been named production designer for the 66th Academy Awards presentation, being produced by Gilbert Cates.
Richard Brick, the commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting, tendered his resignation to new Mayor Rudolph Giuliani Monday. He will exit Jan. 21, while deputy commissioner…
"Picture Bride," one of the films widely considered a top contender for the Mercedes Benz dramatic prize at the Sundance Film Festival, has been pulled from the competition. And Miramax Films…
The Library of Congress is seeking nominations from the public for films to be included on the historic National Film Registry list.
Philips Media has signed an agreement to distribute 30 films from the MGM and UA libraries for the compact disc-interactive system, using the recently developed MPEG-1 standard, which allows for…
The Cinema Audio Society said awards for best sound in television and feature films will be presented for the first time at its 30th anniversary awards dinner/dance, set for March 5 at the Sheraton…
Former Lightstorm Entertainment development executive Anne Damato has ankled to become veepee of production for the motion picture division of Brillstein/Grey Entertainment, it was announced Monday.
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