The African-American Film Critics Association will honor helmer Melvin Van Peebles, the late Lena Horne and veteran film critic Roger Ebert at its second annual live kudocast.
Actress Corinne Camacho, who was featured in dozens of skeins from "The Bionic Woman" to "The Rockford Files" and "Medical Center," died Sept. 15 in Beaverton, Ore., of cancer. She was 68.
Thesp Janet MacLachlan, who played the compassionate teacher in "Sounder" and worked for actors' rights, died Oct. 11 in Los Angeles after a heart attack. She was 77.
NATPE has pegged Dick Ebersol, Mary Hart, Regis Philbin and Gerhard Zeiler to receive the eighth annual Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award at its 2011 conference.
Cinematographer Michel Hugo, best known as d.p. for skeins "Mission: Impossible," "Dynasty," and "Melrose Place," died Oct. 12 in Las Vegas of lung cancer. He was 79.
The 14th annual Arab Film Festival lands in Los Angeles with award-winning Algerian comedy "Masquerades" as lead bow.
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Actor Joe Mantell, the man who uttered the famous last lines "Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown," in the 1974 pic died Sept. 29 in Los Angeles of pneumonia. He was 94.
Independent film "When Harry Tries To Marry," will have its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival in October.
The annual TV confab NATPE has tapped WPP chief exec Martin Sorrell as the keynote speaker for its January gathering in Miami.