Indi.com and Adopt the Arts' Peace Through Music Gala was a charitable event turned rock show, with performances from Guns N' Roses’ Matt Sorum and Slash and Macy Gray at the Loews Hollywood Hotel…
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Three years ago, to much fanfare, the Academy expanded the best picture category from five noms to a possible 10. Few seemed to notice that the Academy has been nominating 10 films in screenwriting…
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The Locarno Film Festival has unveiled its lineup, which sees 10 world preems launching on the Swiss lakeside fest's Piazza Grande, following opener "500 Days of Summer," and a slew of potential…
A fallen woman on the run develops a new life with the aid of a troubled photographer in "The Photograph."
Al Teller, former chairman and CEO of MCA Music Entertainment Group and now CEO and co-chairman of Alliance Entertainment, apparently has put his dream of creating the seventh major music conglom on…
One quick response to "Indiscretions"-- the very bad title given Jean Cocteau's 1938 play "Les Parents Terribles"-- would be to chalk it up as the latest show-offy import by a hot National Theater…
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