Gary Essert, 54, who founded and ran both the Los Angeles International Film Exposition and the American Cinematheque, died yesterday at his home in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS.
Deluxe Laboratories is the latest company to make a major contribution of $ 50,000 to the Endowment Fund for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Center for Motion Picture Study.
NEW ENGLAND production got a major shot in the arm last week with the groundbreaking of the Sonalysts Film & Video Studios in Waterford, Conn.
WHEN YOUR DAY consists of light reading, watching movies, taking long lunches and saying "no" most of the time, how hard could the life of a movie executive possibly be?
Merchant Ivory's "Howards End" was chosen best film of 1992 in the National Board of Review's annual D.W. Griffith Awards.
Animator John Kricfalusi is in talks with Warner Bros. about producing new animated theatrical shorts based on his own characters.
Columbia Pictures' "El Mariachi" received an R rating and New Line Cinema's "National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon" received a PG-13 in the 1,248th bulletin from the Motion Picture Assn. of America's…
The summer of '93 promises to be a busy one for Kevin Costner, who will be producing and starring in one--or even two--westerns based on the life of legendary lawman Wyatt Earp with Lawrence Kasdan…
PentAmerica Pictures has pledged $ 100,000 to the Endowment Fund for the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences' center for Motion Picture Study.
"Damage" director Louis Malle fired an angry salvo at the Motion Picture Assn. of America yesterday, after his film was rerated with an R in the 1,247th bulletin of the MPAA's Classification & Rating…