When it comes to prestige, they're not the Tonys. They're not even the Drama Desk. But the Outer Critics Circle certainly is the first of the season when it comes to getting out its nominations for…
The second Tribeca Film Festival has unveiled the lineup for its Family Festival sidebar and announced a pact with Italian fashion house Prada to host "Programs at Prada," a series of screenings and…
FX took a gamble on its highly touted, offbeat comedy/drama "Lucky," but if the second-week falloff in viewers is any indication, the network may end up holding an unplayable hand.
In Demand, the dominant distributor in the U.S. of pay-per-view movies and events, has promoted its executive VP, Rob Jacobson, to the post of chief operating officer.
The fifth annual Miami Gay & Lesbian Film Festival unspools Friday through May 4 with 24 features and five feature-length docus from the U.S. and abroad in competition, including seven North American…
Mike Newell will direct "The Constant Gardener," an adaptation of John Le Carre's novel that is being developed by Simon Channing-Williams at Pot Boiler Films.
"Anger Management" remained the box office rage with an estimated gross of $25.6 million in its soph session, easily topping the Easter weekend. Sony/Revolution's comedy declined an acceptable 39%…
A majority of Indian movie distribbers had agreed to a compromise with producers that allowed for a six- to nine-month gap before new Bollywood pics are sold to cable or homevideo.
Fears about Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and World Health Organization travel advisories kept some industryites away from the prize-giving at the Hong Kong Intl. Film Festival Thursday…
If there was any surprise to the April 17 announcement that Tom Rogers would step down as CEO of Primedia, it was that Rogers had survived as long as he did.
After a pretty lackluster year for new comedies -- with "Still Standing" and "Good Morning Miami" taking up space on expensive pieces of primetime real estate -- the last few weeks have produced a…