Time Warner presented one of this year's Andrew Heiskell Community Service Awards to Alan Horn, prexy and chief operation officer of Warner Bros. Entertainment, in a Tuesday ceremony in Gotham.
Kathleen Turner has been tapped to serve as jury president of the 34th annual Flanders International Film Festival in Ghent, Belgium, in October.
Director-producer Gary Winick has been selected as this year's AFI Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal winner. Kudo for AFI alums is named for the late director and celebrates those who share his…
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The CineVegas Film Festival has set its honorees as it celebrates its ninth year. After a screening of "Ocean's Thirteen" at the opening-night ceremonies, producer Jerry Weintraub will receive the…
It was truly a family affair Saturday at a block party fund-raiser for the 10th anniversary of Project ALS on Paramount's Gotham back lot on Saturday.
The Nashville Screenwriters Conference is celebrating its ninth year with two premiere screenings. Titled "The Year of Truth and Lies," the June 1-3 conference is an opportunity for to learn the ins…
The Nashville Screenwriters Conference is celebrating its ninth year with two premiere screenings.
The Designory's new Los Angeles operation, TDLA, has signed Jeffrey Bacon and Michael Gottberg. Bacon, who will serve as managing director, has more than 25 years of experience with entertainment…
HBO Films and American Girl are casting a wide net for doll-faced moppets to fill out the cast of the company's first theatrical feature, to star Abigail Breslin.
"Thank You for Smoking" and "Sherrybaby" drew the top film nods Tuesday at the 11th annual Prism Awards, which honor accurate portrayals of alcohol and drug use in movies and TV shows.
Melanie Bromley, formerly the European bureau chief of US Weekly, will now run mag's west coast/Hollywood beat, while Ken Baker, Bromley's predecessor, has moved to the web as editorial director of…