The holidays are fast approaching, as are awards deadlines. So it's time for Oscar voters to catch up on some films — including documentaries. In 2009, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences…
The scope of "Sherpa" broadened dramatically during production when 16 Sherpas were killed on 18 April 2014 at Khumbu Icefall, a treacherous passage near the mountain's base camp.
The use of 3D scarcely deepens "Beyond the Edge," a rote run-thru of Sir Edmund Hillary's climb to the peak of Mount Everest 60 years ago.
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The L.A. Suitcase Party May 3 will take over Clay Lacy Aviation at Van Nuys Airport, giving partygoers the chance to fly the coop.
Nearly every studio is gambling on at least one costly original concept film this summer, raising the stakes even higher than usual for the busiest moviegoing season of the year.
Despite all the reports that the homevideo industry is in a decline, there are signs the biz is actually on an upswing.
Joss Whedon has Hollywood street smarts, so doesn't he know that grown-up movies (especially Shakespeare) aren't released in summer?
For this year's edition of Primetime Emmys, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is doubling down on its commitment to show love for interactive programming.
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Despite enough good intentions to pave a four-lane highway, the ardently sincere but dramatically unfocused "For Greater Glory" plays like a multipart miniseries that has been hacked down to feature…
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