Gotham-based production and distribution company Cactus Three has formed a fund to provide finishing costs for documentaries and indie films.
The Weinstein Company has opted to appeal the NC-17 rating the MPAA gave to drama "Blue Valentine" last week.
Can a star's name as an above-the-title producer of a Broadway show bring success with legit audiences?
James Lapine has been tapped to helm the Broadway revival of "Annie," targeting Broadway for fall 2012.
Producer Jeffrey Richards is a fan of the early curtain. He's said so in these pages, and his three fall productions, "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson," "The Merchant of Venice" and "A Life in the…
A pair of quirky, politically minded indie docs launch this month amid efforts to drum up election-time aud support -- with each going after an opposing end of the political spectrum.
Janet Dacal, Darren Ritchie, Tituss Burgess, Kate Shindle and Jose Llana are among the thesps joining the cast of incoming Broadway tuner "Wonderland."
Columbus Day weekend brought a holiday bump to Broadway, with most shows on the boards logging nice rises in their weekly receipts.
Film Society of Lincoln Center has raised $37 million of the $41 million target of its current capital campaign.
IFC Films has picked up North American and some international rights to "The Myth of the American Sleepover," David Robert Mitchell's teen tale that has played SXSW and Cannes.
Pick one of Gotham's major nonprofit theaters and you'll likely find a second-stage program.
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