Cambodia notwithstanding, the primary if unstated subject of Spalding Gray's monologues is always Gray himself, his obsessions, fascinations and wonderfully wry perspectives on all that touches him…
The Technology Council of the Motion Picture-Television Industries will hold a Jan. 29 seminar exploring the ramifications of originating and distributing films in different formats.
First-time feature director Philip Brophy comes up with a schlocky, tongue-in-cheek gore pic in "Body Melt," a moderately enjoyable item for fans of the genre. This loopy tale, about a mad doctor…
Nine world premieres and more than 20 U.S. preems highlight the non-competitive lineup at the Sundance Film Festival, which runs Jan. 20-30 in Park City, Utah.
The Samuel Goldwyn Co. has sued Ulysse Entertainment Inc. for allegedly breaching an oral agreement granting Goldwyn distribution rights to the film "The Night and the Moment."
Vowing to "take the project to the people," Orion Home Video announced an unprecedented all-out promotional campaign Thursday for the video distrib of the beleaguered, lawsuit-prone "Boxing Helena."
Cabin Fever Films began principal photography this week on "Sioux City," the first feature film for the new company.
Kerry Packer's Nine Network has signed another movie package deal with Village Roadshow Distributors for an undisclosed amount.
The United States and the European Community moved closer Thursday to a world trade accord by resolving some differences over agriculture and tariff cuts, but remained at odds over trade in films and…
Force Ten Prods. and New York-based Heatwave Prods. have acquired movie rights to the cannibal comedy novel "The Food Chain," which is currently winning accolades from book critics.
Anthony Hopkins delivers yet another towering performance in "Shadowlands," a touching, fictionalized account of a late-in-life love between English writer and scholar C.S. Lewis and Joy Gresham, an…