In the opening moments, "The Diplomat" feels like it might be another one of those documentaries more about the filmmaker than the subject, especially with David Holbrooke – the eldest son of the…
A government office that functions much like "The Office" is the setting for a sparkling and savvy comedy of political manners from the unlikely hand of veteran French auteur Bertrand Tavernier.
Veteran broadcaster Marcopoto prepares to stand down after heavy job cuts, promises string of deals in his last months.
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Richard Nixon and Katarina Witt might seem like an unlikely pair, but they're both subjects of fascinating documentaries airing in the next week, each filtered — in varying degrees — through the…
For CNN, the birth of the Royal Baby (complete with His or Her own royal hashtag) is a royal opportunity. Sure, everyone in the media muck will be diving into coverage of a story that nobody in the…
Cable news nets continued their marathon coverage of the George Zimmerman trial Sunday morning, after Zimmerman’s “not guilty” verdict arrived around 10 p.m. EST Saturday night, leaving many nets to…
After working as a commentator and host on Current TV and CNN following a career-aborting scandal, Eliot Spitzer is returning to politics, telling the New York Times on Sunday that he will be running…
It didn’t seem like too long ago that conservatives mocked the activism of liberal-minded Hollywood activists and the futility of their pursuits in far-off countries. But now the members of a…
Glenn Close, Frank Langella, Berenice Marlohe, Lambert Wilson and Olivia Thirlby have joined Anton Yelchin in Victor Levin’s indie dramedy “5 to 7.” The film, set to start shooting this month in New…
Tribeca has added five more documentaries as part of its annual sports programming co-presented with ESPN, which bows with the world preem of "Big Shot," a hockey doc by Kevin Connolly ("Entourage").
Asked which entertainment execs among President Obama's top supporters have been interested in an ambassadorship, a prominent industry political consultant quipped, "Everyone."