"Burying the Past," a docu about the 1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre in Utah, will be screened at the ArcLight Sunday as part of the ARPA film fest.
The American Film Institute has announced the lineup for the 18th AFI Los Angeles Film Festival, kicking off Nov. 4 in Hollywood.
The Museum of Television and Radio on Tuesday kicked off its second season of its Industry Forum, a luncheon series for execs and media professionals, with a Q&A with producer Bernie Brillstein.
PBS Kids has ordered 14 episodes of "Clifford's Puppy Days," Scholastic Entertainment's spinoff of "Clifford the Big Red Dog," for fall 2005.
You can't fight fire with fire, but you sure can use it as a party theme. At Monday's "Ladder 49" bow, fire engines closed off Hollywood Boulevard and uniformed firemen (and a real Dalmatian!)…
Sire 7 has wrapped its first film, "Venice Underground."
Snoop Dogg has been tapped host of Spike TV's second annual Video Game Awards, to be telecast live from Santa Monica on Dec. 14.
Newly formed indie production company Sire 7 has wrapped its first film, "Venice Underground." Pic follows a gang of police cadets selected by the DEA to bust narcotics peddlers at Venice Beach.
CinemaNow is heading to Europe thanks to a partnership with ISP Tiscali. The Internet video-on-demand company will power online film offerings in Germany, Italy and the U.K. under Tiscali's brand…
Warner Independent's "Criminal" bow brought out an arresting crowd to the ArcLight and the Velvet Margarita Monday night.