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.
Universal Pictures has purchased Jerome Gary's action-adventure spec script, "Tiger, Tiger," sources confirmed.
Also with: Antoine Basler, Carlotta Soldevilla, Nanou, Marie Peyrucq-Yamou, Gladys Gambie, Makeda.
In a business in constant change, independent movie companies can count on only a few constants: Major studios will dominate the nation's screens and hopelessly outspend them in marketing.
Suzy Amis ("Rich in Love") joins previously announced Jeff Bridges and Tommy Lee Jones in the MGM action-thriller "Blown Away."
For the struggling indie hustling the overseas handout, the era of hand-to-mouth existence may soon be over.
The Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s "The Wedding Banquet" still reigned last weekend in limited release, totaling $ 94,943 in ticket sales in New York and Los Angeles -- about $ 2,000 more than last weekend.
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