Laura Gabbert's documentary amplifies its native Los Angelean subject's love of both gastronomic diversity and his wildly diverse hometown itself.
City Of Gold
Sundance Selects has secured North American rights to “City of Gold,” Laura Gabbert’s look at Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold. Gold is known for his indefatigable quest for Los…
Adding more fuel to the fire of based-on-actual-events dramas like History’s “Hatfields & McCoys” and AMC’s “Hell on Wheels,” Discovery Channel has teamed with the Emmy-winning Stephen David…
Steven Levenson raises some Big Issues in “The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin.” We’re talking about weighty matters like crime and punishment, guilt and restitution, and that old favorite…
Perhaps not even the expert pawn team at Detroit's American Jewelry and Loan could estimate the value that their personalities and business operation would offer to TruTV upon the launch of reality…
Gold Circle Entertainment has tapped Olatunde Osunsanmi to direct sci-fi actioner “Eden” from his own script. The production company made deal following a pre-emptive purchase of Osunsanmi’s spec…
There's no more ambitious entrepreneur in the cable biz today than Patrick Gottsch, who's raising a crop of channels targeting viewers in rural America. Gottsch's privately held Rural Media Group…
In Haim Saban’s entry on the Forbes 400 list, the capsule summary cites the source of his wealth — estimated to exceed $3 billion — as “self-made, television.” Seldom is the magazine’s roster of…
Among the red carpets and the gold stars of Hollywood, green was the color of the evening as the Global Green USA's 10th Annual Pre-Oscar Party brought out the big-name activists Wednesday night.
Jonathan Gold will next be chewing up scenery on the bigscreen, as the famed Los Angeles food critic is the subject of a new documentary with "No Impact Man" director Laura Gabbert helming.
Indiana Jones meets low-budget Pixar in entertaining toon "Tad, the Lost Explorer," an unpretentious, kid-friendly item that's lively and sometimes funny, but lacks a distinctive edge.