The Brattle Theater, a legendary repertory house in Harvard Square that gave birth to the Bogart cult in the '50s, has fallen on hard times. The operators of the non-profit theater have launched what…
The 17th annual Boston Jewish Film Festival, running Nov. 2-13, is targeting Jewish twenty- and thirtysomethings.
Paul La Camera, president of Hearst-Argyle ABC affil WCVB, has announced he will retire from the station he has helped define.
Nearly three years since the shuttering of the Massachusetts Film Office, production is booming in the Bay State, and two rival nonprofit agencies are jockeying to claim the role of "go to" office…
The Boston Society of Film Critics just couldn't get enough of "Sideways." Alexander Payne's quirky comedy won four awards, including best film, where it edged out Richard Linklater's "Before Sunset."
Massachusetts has enacted the nation's toughest anti-video piracy law under legislation signed by Gov. Mitt Romney. Under the law, illicit recording of a motion picture in a theater will be a felony…
Ted Koppel will receive the first Hugo Shong Lifetime Journalism Achievement Award at Boston University on Nov. 19. Award is named for Boston U. alum Hugo X. Shong, president of Intl. Data Group's…
The 20th edition of the Boston Film Festival will unspool Sept. 10-19 at Loews Boston Copley Place and Boston Common theaters.