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.
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National Assn. of Broadcasters CEO Gordon Smith appeared at the White House with President Obama on Monday to announce a new campaign to change attitudes about mental illness through TV ads and…
LONDON — Pinewood Studios' £200 million ($305 million) plan to double its capacity at its location 20 miles west of London has been nixed. South Buckinghamshire Council decided Wednesday that the…
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…
Justin Chang has written about Tony Scott's work, eloquently expressing the admiration that many of us felt. In the next few weeks, there will be a flood of other tributes, which is appropriate…
"Black Swan," "The Fighter," "Winter's Bone," "The Good Wife" and "Mad Men" are among the nominees for this year's Prism Awards.
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It's one of the thorniest of social issues, and one of the hardest for Hollywood to tackle in a meaningful way.
"Rachel Getting Married," "Stop-Loss," "The Wrestler" and "Finding Amanda" drew the top feature film noms for the 2009 Prism Awards, which recognize movies and TV programs that address issues…
I must take exception to Joe Eszterhas' recent guest column ("Stars must quit on-screen ciggies," Dec. 11). ..
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