A dysfunctional family's heart of darkness is laid bare in the grimly humorous and then just plain grim meller "Members of the Funeral." Feature bow by Baek Seung-bin heralds a dark wit and sleek…
Markets & Festivals
Fox Television Studios has launched its first digital series, the pop-culture entry "The Skinny: Fat-Free News."
MSNBC is getting ready to raise the curtain on its MSNBC Films unit with plans set for its first theatrical release, while another original doc is set to bow on the cabler next month.
Lionsgate shareholder Carl Icahn, recognizing a bargain when he sees one, has upped his stake in the company from 4% to more than 9%.
Last week, amid deepening signs that the country is headed for a serious recession, Paramount and NBC Universal began to dramatically retrench their operations in preparations for a major slump.
Ken Ludwig's "Leading Ladies" isn't at the level of his classic farce "Lend Me a Tenor," but its milder charms are still entertaining. The new production by Actors Co-op suffers from a lackluster…
Journo Judith Miller has joined Fox News as a contributor. It's the second high-profile acquisition for the News Corp. cabler in the past week, having snagged former Headline News and talkradio…
SAG has agreed to patch up its relationship with AFTRA and conduct joint negotiations for the commercials contract seven months after AFTRA angrily split with its rival on primetime contract talks.
Abu Dhabi's Middle East Intl. Film Festival wrapped up its second edition Sunday night doling out over $1 million in prize money, with Steve Jacobs taking the best film Black Pearl prize for his…
Jordanian helmer Amin Matalqa's "Captain Abu Raed" picked up top honors at the Heartland Film Festival last night in Indianapolis, winning the $100,000 grand prize for dramatic feature.
Mention a trip to New York for CMJ and the string of responses seems more based on how an individual makes money rather than personal taste.