The latest crisis in Syria has brought to the fore a new calls for American isolationism, but earlier this week a prominent D.C. organization brought Gen. George Casey to a gathering of entertainment…
While David Foster's music accomplishments have been widely celebrated, the Grammy-winning multihyphenate wants to be remembered for more than just his composing, writing and producing.
Writers on E!'s “Fashion Police” have complained to the state of California, alleging that the network is breaking state law by not compensating them for regular wages and overtime — an assertion…
Josh Bycel and Jonathan Fener will serve as exec producers on NBC comedy pilot "Assistance" while also developing new projects for the studio.
By midday Monday, as word spread in the visual effects community of that acclaimed vfx studio Rhythm & Hues would declare Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the already-jittery artists wondered who would speak…
This powerful docu about post-earthquake Haiti shines a damning light on the damage done by international aid agencies whose well-meaning but ignorant assumptions turned a nightmare into an…
An endearing portrait of the kind of age-old family farm that's becoming extinct in today's mass-production marketplace, "The Moo Man" focuses on a dairy farm near England's southeastern coast and…
A devastating economic downturn. Widespread government assistance. Financial hucksters. And an ecological disaster fueled by man-made factors
Leslye Headland's new social comedy, "Assistance," lacks the savage bite of her 2011 hit "Bachelorette" (which the scribe also adapted and directed as a film for this year's Sundance Festival), and…
A beguiling balance of folksy sensibilities and tight plotting.
Many Westerners may only have heard of one city in South Korea: the bustling metropolis Seoul, home to 11 million people (19 million, including the suburbs of Gyeonggi Province).