"The Oscars are literally where art meets commerce," says Peter Adee, prexy of worldwide marketing at Overture Films.
In its 34th year of existence, the Humanitas Prize will soon embark on an ambitious new program of script development, philanthropic partnerships and, if all goes right, actual production.
For all the good work the Humanitas Prize has engendered over the past three decades, 2007 may go down as the year it finally entered the cultural lexicon. Of course, that entry may be tainted with…
"The pendulum is swinging in the wrong direction. It is absolutely not a golden age."
After just six years in her chosen profession, 24-year-old British actress Emily Blunt, who's receiving WIF's MaxMara Face of the Future Award, is already an old hand at being the next new thing.
In her native Germany, cinematographer and Kodak Vision Award honoree Uta Briesewitz worked as a television camera operator shooting sports and music events on video, where she specialized in…
If she weren't so inextricably linked to Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy -- recipient of WIF's Paltrow Membership Award -- might have been just another producer with impeccable taste and a…
If Nancy Meyers weren't so down to earth, her motto could be "It's good to be queen." Slowly but surely, she has emerged as the sole female big-studio director with a consistent track record of hits.
"You had me at 'hello,'" says Renee Zellweger to Tom Cruise in 1996's "Jerry Maguire." The line was penned by the film's writer-director Cameron Crowe, but it was Zellweger's delivery that cemented…
In the official souvenir program for "Star Wars," George Lucas says of his most famous creation: "It's always been what you might call a good idea in search of a story." One that 30 years later, the…