"Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" and "The Bodyguard" have begun their foreign excursions with uniformly smashing results.
Gianni Amelio's "The Stolen Children" (Italy) got the top honor, European Film of the Year, at the European Film Prize ceremony yesterday at the Babelsberg Studios.
The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. made Clint Eastwood's day Saturday, and Clint made the critics' year, as "Unforgiven" rode off with five top awards--best picture, director, actor, supporting actor…
October Films has locked a deal with producer Jean-Louis Livi for the U.S. distribution rights to "Un Coeur en Hiver," which marks the fledgling company's foreign follow to "Tous les Matins du…
The long-dormant $ 1 million spec-script market came alive yesterday when TriStar Pictures made a pre-emptive outright purchase of Diane Drake's romantic comedy "Him."
Such noted Hollywood filmmakers and executives as Robert Altman, Steven Spielberg, Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, George Lucas, Michael Mann, John Singleton and Robert Zemeckis have united to…
The Dallas city council has rescinded its movie censorship law, the last of its kind in the United States. However, a newly enacted ordinance taking the place of the Dallas film classification…
Florida Gov. Lawton Chiles announced yesterday that the state's Tallahassee-based Film Bureau will be eliminated in favor of the public/private organization Entertainment Florida Inc.
Lawrence Gordon has abruptly pulled the plug on Largo Entertainment's planned early '93 production of "Mrs. California," a movie that Jonathan Lynn was set to direct and Melanie Griffith was to star…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and James Bond producer Danjaq Inc. settled their year-old legal battle that blocked MGM and its parent Pathe Communications from selling foreign TV distribution rights to the 007…