Despite memorable performances in films such as "Field of Dreams," "GoodFellas" and "Something Wild," Ray Liotta has never found himself on Oscar's shortlist.
The Human Rights Campaign will fete "Nightline" host Ted Koppel at its annual Los Angeles Gala Dinner at the Century Plaza Hotel. Vermont Governor and 2004 presidential candidate Howard Dean will…
The Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival has tapped "The Hours" helmer Stephen Daldry as international filmmaker of the year. Kudos will be presented at the org's Saturday ceremony at the Palm Springs…
Emmy Award-winning sportscasting vet Chris Myers will host half-hour chat skein "Center Court With Chris Myers" for the Tennis Channel.
Music industry vets Brad Colerick and Dave Curtin have launched Los Angeles-based music supervision company DeepMix.
Cartoon Network has acquired anime skeins "Lupin the Third," "Reign" and "Trigun" to air during Adult Swim, the net's latenight adult animation block.
Rialto Pictures will release a newly restored version of Jean-Pierre Melville's "Le Cercle Rouge" in early 2003, presented under the imprimatur of Melville fan John Woo.
Hearst Entertainment is looking to turn teen mag CosmoGirl! into a syndicated weekly half-hour lifestyle series. Twenty-two episodes are being targeted for a fall launch.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles has skedded its annual tea party for the afternoon of Jan. 18 at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Century City. The tea party has long been a…
The 2003 IFP Los Angeles Film Festival has announced a call for entries. This year the fest is also accepting digital submissions. Submissions must be received no later than Feb. 21 for shorts and…
The Costume Designers Guild has added an annual category of competition for commercials with an entry deadline of Jan. 1. Kudos for the new excellence in commercial costume design category will be…