American Film Marketing Assn. members will get a chance to vote next spring on a wide variety of proposed strategic changes in the org, including ways to boost membership and to tailor the structure…
Worldwide English-language feature film production starts were down 9% in the first three quarters of the year, from 306 to 277.
Thomas Ian Griffith, who stars in and wrote New Line's soon-to-be-released "Excessive Force," will receive ShowEast's "Star of Tomorrow" Award.
The Pan African Film Festival, which will showcase 40 films from Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America, Great Britain and the U.S., kicks off tonight at Laemmle's Sunset 5 Theatres.
Who says old-fashioned movie publicity stunts are a thing of the past?
As Warner Bros.' Steven Seagal actioner "Under Siege" set records for the biggest October opening and best October weekend, the national B.O. had a hearty Columbus Day holiday weekend overall, with…
This year's Canadian Genie Awards show promises to be both entertaining and suspenseful as John Candy hosts a flat-out race between David Cronenberg's "Naked Lunch" and Jean-Claude Lauzon's "Leolo"…
Michael Caine re-dons spycatcher duds in "Blue Ice," a determinedly old-fashioned actioner that's terminally light on real thrills. Solid production values and star names may shake small change in…
The Samuel Goldwyn Co.'s Christmas release "Peter's Friends" opened ShowEast 1992 to applause and generous laughter from exhibitors in attendance yesterday at the kick-off of the confab overlooking…
New Line Cinema has acquired the rights to best-selling author Whitley Strieber's horror-suspense novel "Unholy Fire" for Romero-Grunwald Prods. The film version of the book will be directed by…
American Multi-Cinema Inc. announced yesterday the formation of The AMC Entertainment Motion Picture Group, a division designed to expand the 1,579 -screen circuit's presence in international…
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