With some focus on violence in movies and TV shows following the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., entertainment companies unveiled a public service campaign designed to remind parents of viewing options…
Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film
Despite the increasing prominence of a handful of femme helmers, the number of women working in top behind-the-camera roles on feature films is still pretty slim.
Pulling raw talent from the footnotes of rock 'n' roll history and splashing their names up on the marquee where they belong, "Twenty Feet From Stardom" wages a compelling crusade to get background…
Women have gained top biz slots but fight far from over
Seventy-four years after Dorothy Arzner became the first female to join the two-year-old Directors Guild of America, women comprise just 13.5%--or around 1,200--of its members who direct. And while…
If 1992 was the year of the woman in American politics, a decade later, the 2011-12 season was its made-for-TV equivalent.
Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
For years, executives have lamented a shortage of qualified young leading men for television. It's one of the reason many talented imports from the U.K. and Australia have found homes in American…
Ross Hagen, a regular on the 1960s TV adventure series "Daktari" who went on to write, direct and produce some low-budget pics, died of prostate cancer May 7 in Brentwood, Calif. He was 72.
It has been more than 35 years since Women in Film was formed, with the goal to help "women achieve their highest potential within the global entertainment, communication and media industries."
The School of Theatre, Television, and Film at San Diego State U. will open a Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film.