European Union Cinema Day on Tuesday will feature a series of initiatives to help bolster local filmmaking.
Even though Broadway had to face the week without the usually sold-out "Death of a Salesman," total receipts jumped more than $1 million to close at $11,981,500.
Vidgame player Infogrames Entertainment said Monday it has acquired competitor GT Interactive Software for $135 million.
Spelling Television has tapped former Alliance Communications creative affairs veep Ted Gold as veepee, series development.
An apparent bid to censor a pic ridiculing the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) during the fourth French Film Festival here has backfired.
Showtime has begun production on "It's Black Entertainment," a 90-minute special which will pay homage to the most memorable musical performances by African-American in film over the past 70 years.
Shows that close and then quickly reappear on Broadway usually leave some participants whistling a less monied tune.
Oscar winning actress Holly Hunter has joined the cast of Mike Figgis' "Time Code 2000" for Columbia.
Walt Disney Theatricals' "Aida" is expected to resume preview performances in Chicago Wednesday night after a technical calamity over the weekend resulted in slight injuries to the lead actors in…
Moises Kaufman's follow-up to his first play, "Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde," will be "The Laramie Project," named after the town in which gay U. of Wyoming student Matthew…
DreamWorks may have rejected the idea of building its own studio at Playa Vista, but the hangars built there by Howard Hughes will do nicely for some occasional shooting, thank you.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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