A.R. Rahman, the so-called Mozart of Madras, was already famous in Bollywood when Danny Boyle tapped him to score "Slumdog Millionaire."
Los Angeles owes its station as a multicultural mecca to various factors, among them cultural happenings like the Israel Film Festival, which this year celebrates a quarter-century of screening films…
Israel Film Fest honors Richard Dreyfuss, Ryan Kavanagh, Jon Landau and Avi Lerner.
Visitors to Daniel Licht's home studio who are unfamiliar with his resume might assume he leads a double life -- composer and serial killer.
Not since Steve Carell introduced the bumbling Michael Scott on NBC's "The Office" has an actor inhabited a comic role as thoroughly as Jane Lynch does the ruthless Sue Sylvester on Fox's "Glee."
It takes nerve to conceive a mash-up of "The Real World" and "The Sopranos," but anyone who's seen MTV's "Jersey Shore" will instantly understand the comparison, even if that's not exactly what…
Like everything connected with cinema, music for trailers has evolved.
The Primetime Emmys have no shortage of awards categories, yet young performers might not be getting the recognition they deserve -- or that the Emmys themselves could benefit from.
HBO's "In Treatment" and "The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency," two shows receiving Peabody Awards this year, appear to have nothing in common.
Each year the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation gives out its Media Awards to honor entertainment that in some way advances the cause of LGBT acceptance.
Wanda Sykes dishes Rush Limbaugh, and Neil Patrick Harris is suddenly everywhere