Here's my latest column from the print Variety, an interview with former Oregon senator Gordon Smith, who now says he finds himself defending a piece of the Obama campaign agenda … against the Obama…
Donald Trump addressed a Tea Party gathering this weekend. He's rising in the polls. And he insists he's serious. But it's only now dawning on NBC executives that a presidential bid could jeopardize…
A philosophy-teaching femme nearing 50 re-enters the dating scene in the Internet age in the gently comic "E-Love."
Controversial "London Road" takes accounts of local reactions to the real-life serial killing of five prostitutes in 2006 and painstakingly turns their precise words and speech patterns into choral…
There is a distinct lack of wonder in "Wonderland," the new Frank Wildhorn musical at the Marquis.
Chinese helmer Lu Chuan's controversial "City of Life and Death" will screen in 12 cities Stateside, starting at the Film Forum in New York on May 11.
Senior executives from some of Canada's leading broadcasting and TV production companies are urging the federal broadcast watchdog to impose regulations on Netflix in Canada.
Toho, Japan's biggest distrib and exhib, is upping managing director Yoshinari Shimatani to prexy.
The spoils at the 30th Hong Kong Film awards on Sunday were split fairly evenly between two local favorites as low-budget chopsocky "Gallants" was named best film.
France's "May They Rest in Revolt (Figures of Wars)" won the international competition at the 13th Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Film, Argentina's biggest fest, which closed Sunday.