Michael Barra, until recently the senior veep of Daryl Roth Theatrical Licensing, has struck out on his own to form Stageworks Media, a new production company that will focus on adapting content for…
Nora Ephron who started as an acerbic essay writer before moving into film as a director and being Oscar nommed for writing "Silkwood," "When Harry Met Sally" and "Sleepless in Seattle," died in a…
"Black Swan" showed plenty of heat at a chilly Spirit Awards, dominating Saturday's freewheeling ceremonies by winning best picture, actress for Natalie Portman and director for Darren Aronofsky.
Entertaining as it is, the black comedy remains insubstantial.
A encounter during a torrential downpour allows a couple of strangers to reconnect with life.
For more than 20 years, playwright Justin Tanner has dissected the inherently flawed lives of average people struggling cluelessly to elevate themselves beyond their limited capacities. With the…
Visually rich and narratively emaciated, "Dragon Hunters" is a reasonably enjoyable yet ultimately insubstantial installment in the ever-expanding canon of French CG toons.
"We woke up one morning and found ourselves in the film business," said Arlena Acree, director of Film, Media and Entertainment for the mayor's office in Shreveport, La.
The women in jeopardy genre, a staple of Lifetime Network, gets a big upgrade from its partnership with romance novelist Nora Roberts. Mind you, women will still be in plenty of jeopardy, but in this…
If Broadway producers ever greenlight a musical based on "Mean Girls," the Lindsay Lohan pic about a brainy teen who courts popularity partly by pretending to be bad at calculus, they should tap…
Harold Arlen (1905-86) is one of the 20th century's top tunesmiths, creating more than 500 published songs in collaboration with a host of legendary lyricists. Nearly three dozen of his better-known…