Martin Scorsese paid tribute to Italian film maestro Michelangelo Antonioni Sunday at the preview of Lincoln Center's complete retrospective "Dear Antonioni."
The UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Mexican Institute of Cinematography will present "Contemporary Mexican Film" Friday through Dec. 12 at UCLA's Melnitz Theater. The event is part of the…
In a dignitary display that gained resonance against the backdrop of troubled economic times, Eastman Kodak Co. broke ground yesterday on an $8.5 million Motion Picture Service and Distribution…
Warner Bros.' Steven Seagal actioner "Under Siege" held the national box office hostage again over the weekend, while the new entries "Candyman" (TriStar), "Consenting Adults" (Buena Vista) and "The…
Adding an exclamation point to the ShowEast convention, A. Alan Friedberg announced his retirement as chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment's 900-screen Loews Theatres circuit, effective at the end…
With the U.S. economy still flat on its back, Warner Bros.' new movie package could end up fetching a gaudy $ 2 million a title in a deal furthering the company's innovative strategy of selling…
Almost $ 2.5 million was granted by the Spanish culture ministry last week in subsidies for distribution and scripts.
France will increase its Centre National de Cinematographie's budget for 1993 by 7.5%. Released last week, the 2.1 billion franc ($ 400 million) allocation represents the first time CNC's…
As expected, shareholders agreed Friday to put film financier Film Trustees into voluntary liquidation. With debts of T4 million ($ 6.8 million) after funding Jeremy Thomas' productions of "The…
While "1492: Conquest of Paradise" was sinking with all hands on deck in the U.S. last week, Ridley Scott's epic showed more buoyancy in its first foreign voyages.
To no one's surprise, Baz Luhrmann's debut "Strictly Ballroom," the No. 1 film at the Australian B.O., swept the 1992 Australian Film Institute Awards, handed out in Melbourne Oct. 16.
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