In 1982, Gore Vidal ran for the United States Senate in the California Democratic primary, losing to Jerry Brown who lost the race against Pete Wilson for the senate seat.
In the 14 months since Christopher Dodd took the top job at the Motion Picture Assn. of America, he's been scrambling to get up to speed.
Addressing ever-growing piracy concerns, a dozen industry groups have joined to form "Creative America," a nonprofit coalition to help fight content theft.
The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has set U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer as 2011 commencement speaker on June 10.
With President-elect George W. Bush expected to end his Florida fishing trip today, Hollywood's political mavens are enjoying the calm before the new administration storms into positions of power…
A sort of political "This Is Spinal Tap,""Bob Roberts" is both a stimulating social satire and, for thinking people, a depressing commentary on the devolution of the American political system…
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