SAG's campaign to merge with AFTRA may be overly eager to paint a picture of financial gloom. As part of a Web site presentation, SAG recently announced it is operating at a $6 million deficit, based…
Markets & Festivals
Amanda Bynes, star of "What a Girl Wants," has lately been looking a little less … peaceful. In a bid to avoid controversy about WB's upcoming film "What a Girl Wants" amid the raging Iraqi conflict…
The West Coast premieres of Steve Martin's "The Underpants" and Stephen Jeffreys' "I Just Stopped by to See the Man" highlight the 2003-04 season at the Geffen Playhouse.
The USA Network will air "Willie Nelson and Friends: Live & Kickin'," a two-hour concert celebrating the country crooner's 70th birthday, on Memorial Day, May 26.
The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles is set to run April 23-27 at ArcLight Cinemas. Fest is the first in the U.S. dedicated entirely to showcasing a combination of features, shorts and…
The sixth annual Bermuda Intl. Film Festival has set the Michael and Kirk Douglas starrer "It Runs in the Family" as the opening night pic.
The Philadelphia Film Festival will unspool more than 300 pics from over 40 countries April 3-16.
Helmer-scribe Allison Anders, screenwriter Pamela Gray and Time magazine film critic Richard Schickel will be judges of the 2003 UCLA Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards Competition.
"Starting Over," the new daytime reality strip from "Real World" exec producers Mary-Ellis Bunim and Jonathan Murray and NBC Enterprises, has initiated a nationwide casting call tour. Ideal…
Henry Droz, a music industry leader for six decades who was known as the architect of modern music distribution, died March 27 in Los Angeles of complications of a cardiac arrhythmia. He was 76.