The Grammys have been alternating between New York and L.A., but Atlanta-based music attorney Joel Katz is organizing a campaign to bring the awards to Atlanta in 1996, the year the city hosts the Olympics…

“Brother Minister: The Assassination of Malcolm X,” the controversial documentary whose footage led Malcolm’s widow, Dr. Betty Shabazz, to implicate minister Louis Farrakhan in the murder of her husband, is finally opening at the 57th St. Playhouse for three weeks beginning Jan. 11. A Jan. 9 press conference will feature Khalil Islam, who served 22 years for Malcolm’s murder, breaking his silence, professing his innocence and demanding a congressional investigation, along with radical attorney William Kunstler….

In response to a Buzz item about Terence Malick’s adaptation of the James Baldwin book “The Thin Red Line,” producers Robert Geisler and John Roberdeau said they’ve not shown the script to anyone in Hollywood, nor have they yet tried to set it up as a Malick directorial project. That might happen this year.

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