I've noticed it in the nature of comments to blog posts here and elsewhere, but the state of discourse is truly unhinged. John Avlon sums up a summer of simmering hate speech in a post on The Daily…
Heath Ledger's final film has finally found a Stateside buyer.
A California appeals court on Wednesday tossed a trial judge's ruling in favor of Kaleidescape Inc., a company that makes high-end home theater servers that copy and store movies from DVDs for later…
Handing the U.S. film biz a potential goldmine, the World Trade Organization ruled Wednesday that China is in clear violation of international trade rules by severely restricting the distribution of…
The New Yorker has been dissecting what seems to have been a full-blown obsession of Richard Nixon with Leonard Bernstein. It stems from Bernstein's premiere of "Mass" on September 8, 1971, at the…
"Sunshine Superman" Donovan is slated to be named a BMI Icon at the performing rights org's London Awards on Oct. 6.
Despite its Canary Islands locale, Fimucite gives older film music festivals a run for the money.
The Argentine Football Assn. is shopping TV rights for the first-division soccer league, with an offer on the table from the federal government.
Bollywood has not been having a good year. First, a dispute between distribs and exhibs stopped new releases. And now, the threat of swine flu has led to closures of public places and schools in…
With the international tribute to Michael Jackson now set for Vienna instead of London, the event's promoter is busy organizing the three-hour, star-studded show in the grounds of Austria's 17th…
As Obamacare opponents shout and holler at townhalls, where are the young activists that helped put Obama in office? Plus, part of my chat with Edward Norton, producer of the doc "By the People: The…