It's a chaotic time in the indie film world. Our best and brightest filmmakers want to be in television, and while VOD gives audiences access to more movies, we can't yet tell if streaming technology…
Chris Lord is handy with a baton. His music company composed the theme for Disney/ABC's "At the Movies;" he is a Sundance Composer fellow. And on this Friday evening, he has a 60-piece orchestra…
"Alice In Wonderland" movie trailer shot up by 52% this week to reach 2.5 million views, claiming first place now that prior competitors "Dear John" and "Valentine's Day" are out of the ranks.
At Variety's third annual Power of Youth, the kids were more than alright; they were fed, painted, wooed and delighted.
With two weeks until release, "Avatar" finally claimed first place among all online trailers with 1.7 million views.
The latest production from Hollywood Creative Directory creator Aleks Horvat is debuting at the supermarket.
David Carr is handing over his valise as the Carpetbagger, the New York Times' blog that covers the machinations of awards season. The blog will relaunch Dec. 1 under lead writer Melena Ryzik.
Former Warner Bros. chairman-CEO Bob Daly has been elected chair of the American Film Institute's Board of Directors, succeeding co-chairs Jon Avnet and John Cooke.
Tom Ortenberg, former president of theatrical film at Lionsgate and the Weinstein Co., has announced his new venture, One Way Out Media.
Nothing is more precious in dealmaking than a signed contract, says a federal judge.
While imitation has always been the sincerest form of flattery, at the Asylum it also turns out to be a nice business model.