"A Place in the World," which was stripped of its foreign-language Oscar nomination this year, achieved a bit of redemption at the 21st edition of the Gramado Film Festival, which wrapped up Monday…
Independent film production continued to decline marginally for the second consecutive year as the number of films rated by the Motion Picture Assn. of America's Classification & Rating…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. Monday reported a net loss of $ 46.7 million for the second quarter ended June 30, trimming 20% from its loss in the same quarter a year earlier.
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European distributors have finally set their lineups for an autumn avalanche of Hollywood hits, and most say "Jurassic Park" won't be the only pic pulling dino-size audiences into theaters this fall.
Adultery and its consequences, fellatio in tight quarters and inspired fraud loom large in one-man band Claude Lelouch's latest confection, "Tout Ca ... pour ca!" Congenial thesping gets higher marks…
Kino On Video, the homevideo division of the New York-based theatrical distributor Kino Intl., will release four Russian classics never before available on video.
Suzy Amis' superlative performance dominates every frame of "The Ballad of Little Jo," an earnest drama about a woman who disguises herself as a man to survive hardship in the Old West. But this…
Independent movie making is not about low budgets, according to Tom Rothman, worldwide production president of the Samuel Goldwyn Co.
Ted Turner today is expected to overcome a major obstacle to becoming a player in Hollywood. Barring unforeseen opposition, he will elicit approval from his 14-member Turner Broadcasting board of…
Co-writer Leon Schuster plays Sweet, a hard-drinking, hard-living, sexist TV sports commentator. The opening scenes are set in 1989, "before the changes," per a title. Sweet behaves badly towards…
A month after the Samuel Goldwyn Co. released Kenneth Branagh's "Much Ado about Nothing" in New York City, the independent film company ventured into an alien land in the name of movie marketing.