The traffic snarls on June 6 in L.A. weren't all President Obama's fault. Four big fundraising galas marked the date.
Looking to expand, the Woodstock Film Festival has its sights set on two very different locales: Cabo, Mexico, and London.
Disney TV topper Anne Sweeney delved into the puzzle of digital media and advertising Thursday at the Massive advertising summit presented by Variety and Stillwell Partners.
"I had to tear myself away from a third reading of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' for this," quipped Jane Lynch, host of the 2012 Backstage at the Geffen gala.
Universal Studios prexy and chief operating officer Ron Meyer has been chosen as UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's speaker at its June 15 commencement.
William McDonald has been named chair of the Department of Film, Television and Digital Media at UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television. McDonald will assume his new position July 1.
Highlights from Variety Studio Emmy panels
Hollywood preems don't usually involve nuns in habits and an auditorium of bowed heads in pre-screening prayer, but that's exactly what happened Thursday at New Arc Entertainment's unveiling of "For…
When your network is focused on the world of videogames, this week's E3 confab "is the Super Bowl."
After starting out decidedly under the biz's radar, L.A.'s Dances With Films fest begins its 15th year today with an increased focus on connecting budding talent with bizzers. Based at Grauman's…
Grauman's Chinese Theatre, which recently celebrated its 85th anniversary, looks to continue the festivities by commermorating another birthday: Marilyn Monroe's.
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