L.A. Mayor Richard Riordan gave production managers all over Hollywood a reason to celebrate the new year Thursday when he said the Office of Entertainment Industry Affairs will officially accept…
"AIDS: Talking to One Another" is a frank and refreshing talking-heads docu in which a cross-section of HIV-positive men and two women articulate their reactions and feelings. Intimate and…
Hollywood studios are bracing for record business in India in 1994 -- thanks largely to relaxation of restrictive trade barriers.
Exhibs in most foreign territories were finishing 1993 on a winning note as vacationing audiences feasted on the chiefly American confections of fantasy and comedy -- with a dash of drama.
What's that sweeping out of the grassy plains of Mongolia? Golden Hordes? A race of Khans? No, it's the return of Italian neo-realism. Part of the first wave of films made without Russian control…
A good woman is hard to find, but the public once again embraced Fox's "Mrs. Doubtfire" and made it the New Year's favorite with an estimated $ 17.1 million. That left Warner Bros.' "The Pelican…
Filmed in London and Manchester, England, by Granada Television for the ITV network. Executive producer, Sally Head; producer, Paul Marcus; associate producer, Lynda La Plante; director, David Drury…
(Hokkien, Mandarin & Cantonese dialogue)
A Miramax executive on Sunday called on the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., the New York Film Critics Circle and the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. to adopt advertising guidelines for its…
The Vanzina brothers' Italo hit factory has struck pay dirt again with "Pretty Princess." Locally, this soporific spin on "Roman Holiday" for brain-dead mall rats is riding high with an under-18…
Ostensibly a black comedy about the plight of Koreans in modern Japan, "All Under the Moon" tries to cram too much into its taxicab microcosm. Confusion will dominate laughs for offshore auds.
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