The 1950s architecture of the Fiera di Milano has always given a somewhat old-fashioned, even dated feel to the annual Mifed film mart held within its giant exhibition halls.
In an age of high-tech innovations and ever-expanding global markets, "Software is supreme," according to Terry Semel, president and CEO of Warner Bros. Inc. The future, Semel believes, belongs to…
Playing it straight, sans humor or spoof, "Return of the Living Dead 3" departs from the first two films of the horror series that began in 1985. In an effort to capture the youth market, this B pic…
Just two weeks before the Nov. 12 bow of the Disney/Caravan swashbuckler "The Three Musketeers," the studio has decided to increase the number of prints to more than 2,000 in response to exhib…
Motion Picture Corp. of America president Brad Krevoy confirmed Thursday that the company has greenlighted production of "Desperate Trail," an independently produced western.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has sued a Georgia carpet design company for selling an Academy Award Style floor covering.
The Samuel Goldwyn Company has acquired worldwide rights, excluding Europe, to "Suture," one of the films that made news at this year's Telluride and Toronto film festivals.
"Jurassic Park" this week blasted through $ 450 million overseas gross, powered by socko preems in France and Belgium.
Exhibitors and distributors looking for a holiday hopeful at the ShowEast convention walked away happy from a Wednesday screening of 20th Century Fox's "Mrs. Doubtfire," a"Tootsie"-like comedy…
Under a studio-supported plan unveiled Thursday, films that have been colorized or materially altered will soon carry consumer notification labels when airing on broadcast TV and homevideo.