In addition to the Funny or Die! video released today, Zach Braff and Donald Faison of "Scrubs" pitching the importance of affordable healthcare to the 18-29 age group. The spot was produced by Rock…
Former President Bill Clinton opened his Clinton Global Initiative on Tuesday with a speech from President Obama. In the coming days, a notable influx of Hollywood figures and their causes will…
Studio Hamburg is teaming with Zurich-based C-Films on an adaptation of Pascal Mercier's bestselling novel "Night Train to Lisbon."
With a typical no-nonsense approach, Werner Herzog has decided to teach guerilla filmmaking at a cost of $1,450 for a weekend -- and cautioned the faint of heart to stay away.
New York-based Independent Filmmaker Project and London-based networking org Shooting People have formed a strategic partnership that provides shared memberships to the two organizations for the next…
The Royal National Theater has announced the lineup for its 2010 £10 season -- including Michael Grandage's delayed production of "Danton's Death" -- and an array of figures culled from the org's…
We'll see how this pans out, but Jay Leno's new Ten@Ten segment got off to an amusing start last night with first had an amusing guest in Barney Frank. (Mel Gibson had the honors last week.)…
The 38th Montreal Festival du Nouveau Cinema, the city's oldest major film fest, will include pics from some of arthouse cinema's biggest names.
A follow to my earlier post: Rocco Landesman, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, issued a lengthy statement this afternoon in which he distances himself from the much disputed…
A regional-language pic about the making of India's first film is the country's entry in the foreign-language film Oscar race.
The 36th Ghent Film Festival, a showcase for film music, will open Oct. 6 with Felix van Groeningen's "The Misfortunates," Belgium's submission in the foreign-language film Oscar race.