Atlanta's government is building it, and they're hoping audiences will come. On Feb. 2, Georgia's Fulton County Arts Council, which serves Atlanta and surrounding neighborhoods, broke ground for the…
One is unlikely to cross paths with movie stars at the Rotterdam Film Festival, Europe's first major film rendezvous of the year. Those who feel Berlin or even Cannes can at times be too intellectual…
Roger Ebert's ongoing battle with cancer has kept him off his longrunning syndie series "Ebert & Roeper at the Movies" since July, but the show has barely missed a beat, losing just 5% of its Nielsen…
The networks are hoping to pump up the primetime volume with this year's crop of drama development. Serials are mostly out, but loud, highly marketable hour-longs are in. High-concept shows, like…
Many have pronounced the film acquisition business at death's door in the past few years. But with more than $40 million spent by major distributors at Sundance, sellers and buyers have one big…
There's no denying women are a force in Hollywood. Forbes recently published its list of the 20 richest women in entertainment. Both Variety and the Hollywood Reporter annually offer up rosters of…
Strands: The answer to the small-scale producer's perennial cry of "How can I get national critics to my fringe show?" is simple: Open in January.
Four years after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences moved the Oscar ceremony from March to February, many in the industry are still wondering: Has it worked?
The sports world is in an uproar over reports that Major League Baseball has thrown a beanball at cable TV, turning down its offer to renew Extra Innings, the league's out-of-market package of…
Road receipts dropped in Week 35 (Jan. 22-28) as the 10-show slate dropped 8.87% to $8,360,835.
Complete list of winners at the 59th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards.