The industry's chief lobbying arm will spend much of today addressing what could be called the red carpet conundrum: The glitz and glamour that makes Hollywood such a worldwide lure often overshadows…
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. The first thing that struck me upon reading the list of winners of this year's Pulitzer prizes is whether we're looking at an endangered species…
The New York Times picked up CQ's story that Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.) was heard on a wiretapped phone conversation in which she apparently agreed to lenient treatment for two pro-Israel lobbyists…
Dark Castle is turning to aliens as its newest bogeymen.
Despite the tough economic climate, especially in the indie sector, GreeneStreet Films has landed a four-year revolving credit facility with CIT Group.
Vice President Joseph Biden will deliver the keynote address to Tuesday night’s MPAA gathering of politicos and studio chiefs at the National Portrait Gallery. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also is…
I didn't make it to the Skirball Center today for the meeting of Hollywood stars with African first ladies, but Andrew Gumbel of The Wrap was there, and he writes that "the whole event felt, at…
On the heels of declining dues and investment losses, the Screen Actors Guild plans to cut 35 of its 440 employees.
Gallic pubcaster France Televisions spent e180 million ($233 million) on outside productions during the first three months of this year, 10% less than in year-earlier period.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. New Twitter adherent Oprah Winfrey broke the news to her followers this morning: "I pulled the Columbine show today – After reviewing, thought it…
It's a big week for Hollywood and foreign policy: Maria Bello and Maria Shriver are among the boldfaced names welcoming a summit of Africa's first ladies at the Skirball Cultural Center this morning…