Strong acting and occasional dives into deeper territory redeem this somewhat contrived chamber piece.
Jane Campion is an old hand at soup-to-nuts filmmaking, having served as both writer and director on projects from "The Piano" to "Bright Star." But in tackling her Sundance Channel miniseries "Top…
Russell Simmons staged a simultaneous honorary dinner and housewarming party at his new Hollywood Hills home on Aug. 15, feting members of his Foundation for Ethnic Understanding. Yet while holding…
Now in its 25th year, ASCAP's annual monthlong workshop climaxes with each student given 16 minutes to conduct a full 60-piece orchestra.
No one seems paranoid enough in this indifferently made, nearly tension-free thriller.
"Cowboy" Jack Clement, the producer, engineer, songwriter and singer whose career with Sun Records and RCA saw him man the mixing boards for a plethora of canonical rock and roll and country…
If nothing else, 2013 may well go down as the year the "event album" reached its apotheosis, with four-quadrant assaults of corporate synergies, saturation marketing, social media info-bombing and…
Historic hip-hop imprint Priority Records has been given a new lease on life, this time as a producer-centric electronic music and progressive urban music label. A joint venture of Insurgency Music…
Perhaps no major tech world figure has been as proactive about his rock fandom as Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who's finally going solo with his own album "Everywhere at Once."
It's been said that at the root of all great comedy lies anger and resentment, and judging from the first meeting of longtime Improv partners Budd Friedman and Mark Lonow, perhaps that maxim applies…
Somebody up there likes Dan St. Germain. And that somebody clearly has a direct line to Comedy Central's programming staff.