When Paramount and DreamWorks were preparing the overseas launch of "Dreamgirls," rival distribs and members of the media raised the decades-old question of whether movies about African-Americans can…
To many diehard Beatle fans and critics, Yoko Ono is the "dragon lady" of rock. So it wasn't surprising last week that Ono put the kibosh on a public screening of "Three Days in the Life," a doc…
For someone reckoned to be a consummate corporate operator, ITV topper Michael Grade's first meaningful encounter with the British press was remarkably corporate averse.
Though it's curtains for Goodspeed Musicals' plans for a new larger theater in East Haddam, Conn., there might be a revival for another stage owned by the veteran tuner house.
While rumors of a Jackson 5 reunion tour continue to simmer, some Michael Jackson fans apparently couldn't wait for his next official appearance.
Tuning In: Changes in ratings for areas like daytime and nightly news occur at such a glacial pace that when movement does occur, a "CSI"-like search for culprits immediately begins.
Five years after it was founded and after just three outings, the biennial Adelaide Film Festival has staked its claim as Australia's only must-attend fest.
While running Disney, the world's pre-eminent kiddie company, Michael Eisner came to play the role of grumpy adult. Since exiting the Mouse House, though, he has embarked on a second childhood.
In the past three months, MPAA chairman-CEO Dan Glickman has been working to fine-tune the movie-ratings system. But this week at ShoWest, he will face his biggest hurdle yet: trying to make NC-17…
DreamWorks has added some fiber to the diet of PR mush that inundates film journos. Boxes of Flakies, "the breakfast of winners," recall Wheaties covers touting real-life athlete stars, but hype the…
Most capital cities are lucky to have one arts complex with a year-round, culturally diverse program of international artists in live performance, music and visual arts.