Rachel Israel makes her feature film debut with "Keep the Change," a very different kind of romantic comedy about an unlikely couple. Israel, who serves as an adjunct professor of film at Rhode…
Humor was used onscreen and off at April 2 preem of Gravitas Ventures' “The Story of Luke” at the Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills, where thesps and creatives took a light-hearted approach to the…
Showbizzers know how to network, and they know how to raise big bucks for worthy causes. Those skills have coalesced during the past decade around the alarming rise in the number of children on the…
Few things are more sacrosanct in TV than a network's logo. But today, 29 channels across the cable dial will turn their logos blue in recognition of World Autism Awareness Day.
Warner Bros. has acquired feature film rights to Kristine Barnett's upcoming memoir, tentatively titled "Scattered Skills," in a pre-emptive deal.
"Wretches & Jabberers'" ability to mix humor and emotion is the strong suit of this upbeat, music-saturated docu.
Five years ago, WME's Ari Greenburg signed up for a walk to benefit autism research shortly after his son Tyler was diagnosed with the condition.
"The Sunshine Boy" is, for many minutes, a primer on autism.
Although well-made and periodically persuasive, doc is nonetheless disconcerting, since its central thesis is likely dangerously wrong.
Compelling docu has the nerve to be spiritual without entering the minefield of faith.
Eloquently attesting to the transformative power of theater, "Autism: The Musical," an upbeat docu about putting on a musical for, with and by autistic children, proves as riveting as it is…