As the Vivendi Universal Entertainment auction-from-hell plays out its agonizingly drawn-out final act, spare a moment for the list of jilted lovers.
As New York's seventh annual Fringe Festival went west this year, spreading from the East to the West Village, record audiences followed, weathering sweltering theaters and even a blackout in search…
Prolific Dutch co-producer Els Vandevorst's newest pic "Sea of Silence," lensed by Belgian director Stijn Coninx, will have its world premiere at the Holland Film Meeting, a weighty sidebar to the…
If veteran ABC News producer Tom Bettag is right, the problem with the net's struggling Sunday morning news roundup isn't host George Stephanopoulos -- it's the genre's tired format that has to go.
Miramax has a release date for "Kill Bill Vol. 2," but everyone is still trying to figure out the implications of the decision to split Quentin Tarantino's fourth film into two parts.
Broadway grosses rebounded during Week 13 (Aug. 18-24), as all shows returned to a full sked following the blackout-impaired week. Total B.O. rose by 12.7% to $13,670,434. Attendance of 199,682 was…
Laughing in the face of Germany's twin whammy of falling admissions and a sizzling summer, Rosebud Entertainment's Fantasy Filmfest wrapped its 17th annual outing -- a six-city tour Aug. 20 -- with…
The uneasy truce between Britain's two dominant TV players, the BBC and the Rupert Murdoch-controlled BSkyB, has turned into open warfare -- and the satcaster is gunning for the pubcaster's exclusive…
On paper, Russian helmer Alexander Sokurov's artsy "Russian Ark" was a resoundingly un-commercial proposition. What it has become is a one-shot wonder.
Road grosses dipped during Week 13 (Aug. 18-24), sliding by 4.3% to $12,919,169.