Voiceover: If presedential inaugurations are all about rhetoric and image, the takeaway from Bush's second swearing-in is full of surreal disconnects.
Blake Robison, head of the theater department at the U. of Tennessee, Knoxville, and producing artistic director at the Clarence Brown Theater Company there, will join the Round House Theater here in…
Major Cineplex Group, Thailand's biggest cinema chain, may launch a low-cost cinema as part of its plan to widen its audience.
Revered as national institutions in their native France, Catherine Deneuve and Gerard Depardieu have fallen a few notches in Gallic esteem recently.
Italo Prime Minister and media mogul Silvio Berlusconi must be over the moon right now -- while News Corp. boss Rupert Murdoch has got to be ready to kick himself.
Road grosses soared 22.8% to $16,620,269 during Week 33 (Jan. 10-16) as "Peter Pan," "Chicago," "Riverdance" and "Caroline, or Change" returned to the boards.
A lack of quality scripts has widely been blamed for holding back the development of local film production, and industry organizations have decided to take action this year to remedy the problem.
In Touch seems to have the touch. Recent pillaging of the upstart celeb mag's staff by rival pubs suggests the mag -- once considered the bastard stepchild of the category -- is doing something right.
A fledgling local regulation has spurred international pay TV programmers to produce TV content in Brazil.
The Main Stem continued its perennial winter wilt, as grosses declined 0.7% to a mediocre $14,122,781 across 26 shows during Week 33 (Jan. 10-16), while attendance dropped 2.2% to 210,363.
It's Sandra Den Hamer's first year as sole director of Holland's biggest film festival, but already she's confident that Rotterdam's reputation as a place to discover young, cutting edge talent from…