Rep. Mel Watt (D-N.C.) has introduced legislation to require that broadcasters compensate artists and labels when their music is played over the airwaves, adding to the long history of efforts by the…
Musicians and broadcasters are poised to engage in a new round of a decades-long lobbying battle over whether artists should be paid when their songs are played on broadcast radio stations. On…
Incandescent performances and an unerring grasp of milieu distinguish this latest feature from 'Sherrybaby' helmer Laurie Collyer.
Juan Antonio Bayona, director of "The Impossible," has come on board to helm Warner Bros.' untitled science-fiction project penned by Eric Roth and produced by Kevin McCormick.
Mel Stuart, who directed 1971 children's classic "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," among more than 180 producing or helming efforts in a career that spanned more than five decades, died…
The revolutionaries who fought to free China from nearly 3,000 years of dynastic oppression deserve a worthier cinematic monument than "1911."
A portrait of once-great Motor City abandoned whole by the American Dream, this handsomely shot docu from French filmmaker Florent Tillon is intriguing but unsatisfying.
The already marginal audience for New Age cinema is unlikely to flip for leading Mexican writer-director Maryse Sistach's misbegotten family drama "Moon Rain."
Robert De Niro adds a touch of novelty to Giovanni Veronesi's latest installment in the romantic-comedy franchise.
A human tragedy last winter seems only to have given BAFTA/LA inner-city screening series founder Katy Haber more motivation to project movies and meaningful messages to the community.
Loud, tedious and unattractive in every sense.
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