Saturday in California is the state's first commemoration of Harvey Milk, with rallies, marches and parties planned, including a celebration at Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum, a fundraiser at the home…
With lawmakers casting their eyes on social media privacy, Facebook and other sites are forced to walk a fine line between pleasing their users and retaining a viable business model. Jon Pincus of…
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Former Senator Bob Kerrey, responding to a Variety e-mail as to whether he's decided whether to take the MPAA post, said, "No decision yet." From everything I have heard, this is not a done deal, but…
"Crude: The Real Price of Oil" filmmaker Joe Berlinger has cleared a hurdle in seeking an appeal of a ruling that he turn over 600 hours of raw footage to Chevron Corp.
Filmmaker Joe Berlinger has been granted a temporary stay until June 8 to turn over some 600 hours of outttakes from his documentary "Crude" to Chevron. The oil giant had won a court order to obtain…
Sony Pictures Classics nabbed all rights in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand to Cannes competition screener "Of Gods and Men" from sales agent Wild Bunch.
He's been rumored for several weeks — along with a few other names — but the former Nebraska senator is now in negotiations to take over the job as the chief lobbyist for the movie business. He'll…
The Europa Cinemas network of exhibs has selected Italo pic "Le Quattro volte," which centers on the life of an old shepherd in Calabria, as the best European film in the Directors' Fortnight section…
The actor has a device to help alleviate the oil spill in the Gulf. From the Los Angeles Times: "Costner has invested 15 years and about $24 million in a novel way of sifting oil spills that he began…
The Russian who designed the 1980 Moscow Olympic mascot has lost a court case brought against a television station for breach of copyright.
Andrew Lloyd-Webber is poised to end his working relationship with the BBC and move to rival U.K. web ITV.
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