When Al Madrigal walked in to audition for the comedy "The Ortegas" he realized he was a longshot.But look who's laughing now. Madrigal stars in "The Ortegas," Fox's adaptation of the International…
F.W. Murnau's "Sunrise" is seeing daylight again. The 1927 silent drama, notable as the first and only Academy Award winner in the category of best picture, unique and artistic production, was a DVD…
The UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television tapped 10 student scribes in the school's annual screenwriting competition on June 17.
The punch wasn't the only thing spiked during Tuesday night's rechristening party for Viacom's male cabler at the Playboy Mansion.
The American Film Institute will fete helmer John Dahl with the 2003 Franklin J. Schaffner award Thursday, during AFI's tribute to Robert De Niro.
Entertainment PR firm Bender/Helper Impact has launched marketing subsidiary Entertainment Impact, tapping industry veteran Steve Honig as general manager.
Merv Griffin accepted BMI's President's Award at the org's BevHills kudofest Wednesday for film and TV composers with tongue lightly in cheek.
Nonprofit organization Power Up announced the winners of its 2003 filmmaking grant on Thursday in Los Angeles.
"The Real Cancun" bowed with white sand in lieu of the red carpet Thursday night at the Egyptian, with a conspicuous lack of recognizable faces willing to get their feet sandy.
Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman and CEO John Calley will join the Board of Councilors at the University of Southern California School of Cinema-Television.
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