Vincent Gallo will star in indie helmer Abel Ferrara's "Mary," an eclectic Bible-themed drama that Ferrara described as "a search for the heart of my religious upbringing."
This is the time of year when Hollywood execs take a deep breath before the winter onslaught and try to assimilate the lessons of summer. Plenty of people had reason to rejoice, but with every piece…
The 2004 Athens Olympics may be over, but the debate over who should air the next edition of the Games is just beginning in Germany.
Despite threats by the Egypt government to close the historical Alexandria Film Fest due to organizational and financial problems, the Egyptian Assn. of Film Writers & Critics will stage the fest's…
For the past few presidential campaigns, the TV news nets have complained bitterly that political conventions have become little more than super-sized infomercials.
Reality TV was put on the rack at the 29th Edinburgh Intl. Television Festival and for once the gabfest's whipping boy, the BBC, emerged virtually unscathed.
Sporting suntans after their lo-o-o-ong summer vacation, Gaul's TV toppers unveiled their fall schedules last week.
George W. Bush may soon look upon Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" as the good old days.
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When he was 12, Robert Rey and his three brothers were saved from a life of poverty in Brazil because they were adopted by a U.S. missionary who brought them to Utah.