With stylistas, models and A-list designers descending upon Gotham in hordes for the start of New York Fashion Week, it’s difficult to conceive of Los Angeles — much less its grimier nooks in Culver…
Los Angeles' new mayor has vowed to help staunch the flow of film and TV production jobs out of Hollywood, starting with the appointment of a film czar at City Hall.
The Los Angeles Times has laid off at least 11 employees Friday as it seeks to reduce head count in advance of a potential sale. A letter from editor Davan Maharaj and managing editor Marc Duvoisin…
There could be a lot of “Mad Men” fans grumbling on the West Coast come Sunday. Time Warner Cable subscribers in Los Angeles accustomed to watching new episodes of the AMC series in high definition…
One of the top-rated Oscars in recent years lifted ABC to a rare ratings victory last week, as the net finished on top in key demos for the first time since last summer. As the only Big Four net to…
Mel Stuart, who directed 1971 children's classic "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," among more than 180 producing or helming efforts in a career that spanned more than five decades, died…
Jean Prewitt, president-CEO of the Independent Film & Television Alliance, is taking a cautiously optimistic view of this year's Cannes market and growing traction for the Chinese film business.
Here's a group of attorneys that stand above the crowd and represent the next generation of sharp legal minds in the entertainment business.
KABC led all local news programs at 11 p.m. in total viewers for the February sweep in the Los Angeles market.
The list of composer and managers for Music for Screens: Winter 2011.
Eschewing character arcs and talking heads in favor of a more poetic approach, this lyrical exercise in avant-garde entomology is the work of an intuitive filmmaker with an often hypnotic sense of…