Examining the unexpected repercussions of the first gay pride march in Riga, Latvia, "Homo@lv" offers the daunting spectacle of bigotry in action and a detailed lesson in realpolitik.
An Algerian immigrant faces a steep learning curve when he's hired as a substitute teacher in Montreal in "Monsieur Lazhar," the most polished and mainstream effort yet from Quebec scribe-helmer…
MTV has renewed halfhour comedy ''Awkward'' for a second season of 12 episodes, to air in 2012
In his biodoc "Paul Goodman Changed My Life," helmer Jonathan Lee interviews a slew of artists and literati for whom Goodman stood as a seminal figure, while showcasing his famously intransigent…
With "Darwin," Swiss director Nick Brandestini affectionately documents roughly a third of the town's dwindling population -- at 35, their number is two fewer than when he began in 2009.
Online stock footage provider Thought Equity Motion has closed a $25 million investment from Shamrock Capital Advisors.
In an eye-popping stat that is likely to add momentum to the push for a SAG-AFTRA merger, the Screen Actors Guild reported its TV earnings dropped 8.2% last year.
Island Def Jam senior vp of film, TV and soundtrack Jonathan McHugh is among approximately 20 employees of the Universal Music Group division who exited the company last week.
Brad Pitt is negotiating for the lead in New Regency's "The Gray Man," based on an Adam Cozad script from last year's blacklist about a wayward assassin.
Almost every Broadway show saw sales taper off a bit last week, but the overall cume managed to uptick, thanks largely to the newest addition to the boards, "Follies."