Hollywood's movie piracy problem is about to get worse. The Motion Picture Assn. of America estimates that the film biz looses $3.5 billion a year due to piracy.
To the dismay of conservationists, it seems kids have one overwhelming quest this Christmas -- "Finding Nemo."
Remember when shows like "Texaco Star Theater" and the "Colgate Comedy Hour" were nothing but quaint relics from the so-called Golden Age of Television?
Legit critics have been centerstage the past few days. The New York Times announced that Margo Jefferson is replacing Bruce Weber as the paper's second-string critic.
The MPAA's ban on awards screeners drew ire from indies, the creative community and journalists.
Hip-hop first rose from the streets of New York as the music of social protest and the disenfranchised, so the popularity of the first breakout Palestinian hip-hop act, DAM, should come as no…
Hit U.S. series "CSI: Miami" and "Without a Trace," plus Oz reality show "The Block," helped deliver another victory for Australia's Nine network in the 2003 ratings season, which ended Nov. 29.
The Labyrinth Theater Co.'s "barn series" may retain its modest name from the days when these play readings actually were held in one, but the artists involved nowadays are increasingly accomplished.
Can Hollywood learn from the music industry's problems with file sharing? Many think so.
After a string of U.S. films have struggled to draw audiences in China, reps of the U.S. majors spent several days in Beijing last week giving a pep talk to China Film Group officials.