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Documentary director Alex Gibney is among the 10 new additions elected to the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Variety editor-in-chief Tim Gray spoke with Tuesday's keynote speaker Tom Sherak, who talked about fundamental shifts going on at AMPAS, including outreach plans and Oscar changes.
After a long career of working on film projects alongside dinosaurs ("Jurassic Park"), aliens ("E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial") and Roman warriors ("Gladiator"), you might think that nothing much would…
Veteran film marketer Marvin Levy will be the first inductee into Variety's Motion Picture Marketing Hall of Fame on Tuesday during the 2011 Film Marketing Summit.
Walt Disney Studios has realigned its domestic PR team, upping Joe Quenqua and Julie Fontaine to coordinate the domestic media strategy for all films, managing campaigns with New York and Los…
Oscar winners Kathryn Bigelow, Anne Coates and Michael Moore have been elected as first-time members to the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
Fresh out of college, Kathleen Kennedy landed work at a San Diego TV station producing a popular talkshow. Her future partner Frank Marshall never planned for a movie career, but his sense of…
What: ShoWest's closing night ceremony
Love blows, as both DreamWorks and Lionsgate are learning as they push their respective R-rated romantic comedies "The Heartbreak Kid" and "Good Luck Chuck" over the coming weeks.
The most interesting aspect of Jerry Zaks' "Marvin's Room," an intimate exploration of familial sacrifice and love, is observing three terrifically gifted performers, Diane Keaton, Meryl Streep and…
The Universal Pictures/Amblin marketing teams won the first Charles M. Powell Award for the best marketed film of 1993, honoring their work on "Jurassic Park."