Taylor Hackford is trading in New Visions for new visions.
tTC After some two and a half years devoted to the producing side of his producer and director personality, Hackford, whose credits as producer and director include such films as "An Officer and a Gentleman," "Against All Odds," "Everybody's All American" and Bamba," is writing finis to the story of his New Visions Pictures company and returning to directing.
But the company, which functioned as a small studio, leaves a legacy. There is Richard Pearce's "Long Walk Home," a story of the 1955 bus boycott in Montgomery, Ala., starring Sissy Spacek as a prosperous housewife and Whoopi Goldberg as her maid. And in the pipeline, Hackford said, is a handful of other films scheduled for release in 1991, including: