The 56th Venice Film Festival will take place Sept. 1-11 next year, the fest's new director, Alberto Barbera, announced Monday.
Woody Allen's early work in television will be the focus of a series of screenings at the Museum of Television & Radio's outposts in New York and Los Angeles beginning Jan. 15.
DreamWorks/UIP's "Prince of Egypt," which pulled in $14.5 million in its opening weekend in the U.S., added $12.9 million from a mixed bag of weekend debuts in a crowded frame at the overseas box…
CBS is launching the Studios USA drama "Turks" on Thursday, Jan. 21, at 9 p.m. "Promised Land" will be off the schedule until March 25, meaning "Turks" is the choice for the February sweeps period…
"Up Close," ESPN's nightly half-hour interview show based in Los Angeles, has found a new host, Gary Miller, who will switch over from his anchor chores with the network's "Baseball Tonight" and…
Graphic Films, one of the leading large-format film producers, has nearly completed production on "To the Ends of the Earth: The Great Migration" (working title), a 40-minute giant-screen film to be…
Buoyed by a tide of critics' awards and nominations, Miramax/Universal's "Shakespeare in Love" remained on top of the exclusives list for the second consecutive week.
Broadway took a tumble last week, with audiences dwindling as shopping and partygoing took priority in the pre-holiday blitz. Total B.O. was $11,931,292, down $790,032, a significant 6.2% drop from…