After its Venice debut, Steven Soderbergh brought Warner Bros.' "Contagion" to Gotham on Sept. 7, successfully inflicting virus phobia upon a whole new set of eyes.
Doc programmer uses his powers to build up nonfiction genre.
Maverick U.K. documentary helmer Nick Broomfield has made a career out of covering topics that include serial killers, prostitution, rock stars, sadomasochism and British leaders.
The Aug. 16 premiere of Renny Harlin's "5 Days of War" proved to be a battleground all its own.
Although Mike Cahill's aspirations for his debut pic, "Another Earth," were "small and modest," the July 20 preem at Landmark's Sunshine Theater was anything but.
Despite its obvious L.A. backdrop, Warners preemed "Crazy Stupid Love" in Gotham on Tuesday.
Despite the ongoing News of the World firestorm, Wendi Murdoch, wife of Rupert, looked calm and happy for the July 13 preem of "Snow Flower and the Secret Fan."
"This is my homage to human normalcy," Errol Morris joked Monday night after the IFC Center screening of his latest doc, "Tabloid."
The Ghetto Film School honored helmer David O. Russell at the Meat Packing District's Standard Hotel on Monday, but the guest of honor arrived a half-hour after the dinner was supposed to have begun.
Moving the Tony Awards from midtown's Radio City Music Hall to the Upper West Side's Beacon Theater didn't bring six-time Tony nominee Rob Marshall any satisfaction.
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