Film distribution in Japan this year is defined by one simple movie: "Sen To Chihiro No Kamikakushi" (Spirited Away).
With the hard-fought Screen Actors Guild election ending in less than two weeks, the email -- and vitriolic fur -- is flying.
The TV industry's efforts at honoring the heroes who rescued victims of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center has produced an unusual sharing by NBC and A&E of the two-hour "Third Watch"…
Reflecting new plans to increase inhouse production, indie video company York/Maverick Entertainment has signed first-look deals with producers George "Chip" Miller Jr. and L. Travis Clark.
Negotiators for the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have pulled the plug on early talks on the union's network code contract and will resume bargaining Nov. 6 in Gotham.
Pamela McClintock: D.C. Spin
Paul Sweeting: Backend
Jonathan Bing: Above the Line
Robert Hofler: Noises Off
There's little peace, love and understanding in the real world right now, so it's no surprise that romantic comedies and straight-out laffers are drawing cinemagoers around the world.
The New York Film Critics Circle has admitted three new members and announced the dates for its awards celebrating the best film achievements of 2001.