Attention spans are getting shorter. The Golden Trailer Awards are getting longer. "We always prided ourselves at corking it at 70 minutes," says Evelyn Brady-Watters, who with her sister, Monica…
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Just as commercials are often more compelling than the programming that they frame, so too have trailers become their own source of entertainment. Just ask Evelyn Brady-Watters and Monica Brady, who…
A Second Generation program will be one of the highlights of the 27th Israel Film Fest, running April 18-May 2 in Beverly Hills.
The panel for HBO's "The Newsroom" at this year's PaleyFest arrives at an interesting time for cable news, as CNN begins what’s expected to be a top-to-bottom overhaul under the leadership of Jeff…
Although only the streets surrounding Staples Center will be blocked off, the Grammy Grand Prix will be running all over Los Angeles this week, as several days of events will keep music bizzers…
The full lineup for Paleyfest has been set, with AMC juggernaut "The Walking Dead" set to open the two-week TV celebration.
"Nashville" is coming to Beverly Hills.
Ryan Murphy has been named recipient of the first Paleyfest Icon Award.
PaleyFest, the annual TV festival by the Paley Center for Media, has completed its 2012 schedule with shows including freshmen "New Girl," "American Horror Story," "Revenge" and "Once Upon a Time."
Guffawing through "Mel Brooks and Dick Cavett Together Again" -- a joint stage appearance by the pair, selectively edited down to a little under an hour -- you wonder why they don't do things like…
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