Broadway's annual "24 Hour Plays" fundraiser is all about performing on the fly.
Global Film Initiative has added foreign pics "Whisky," "Uniform," "Buffalo Boy" and "What's a Human Anyway" to its slate for U.S. distribution in 2005.
Specialty distrib TLA Releasing has closed homevid rights for two first time features, Pieter Kuijpers' crime thriller "Godforsaken" and Scottish helmer David Mackenzie's "The Last Great Wilderness."
The American Museum of the Moving Image will present "The Best Man: American Political Campaigns on Film" Sept. 5-26.
Roadside Attractions will hold a special screening of gay marriage doc "Tying the Knot" for delegates of the Republic National Convention. Roadside has partnered with Ed Koch, chairman of the…
Superstation WGN Chicago enjoyed its highest ratings in almost five years with the Chicago Cubs vs. Philadelphia Phillies baseball game on Aug. 1, attracting more than1,182,000 viewers.
Family love was definitely in the air when "Garden State" preemed across the river Wednesday night in Manhattan.
The American Museum of Moving Image will unspool a retrospective of Indian-born filmmaker Mira Nair's features, documentaries and shorts Aug. 21-29.
Jerry Aronson's 1973 biopic "The Life and Times of Allen Ginsberg," which will be re-released this fall by New Yorker Films, will launch the second annual Howl Film Festival, unspooling Aug. 18-24 in…
Ratings for "Jeopardy!" went into the stratosphere in the week ended July 18 as uber-contestant Ken Jennings passed the $1 million mark in total winnings.
Loews Cineplex is out to hook up with those interested in Internet dating.
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