Two of the most intelligent, if less heralded, examples of epic religious filmmaking of the early '60s have received the beautiful-transfer-but-minimal-bonuses treatment from Warner Home Video.
Fall schedules now burst with drama pilots, but the format was dead in 1992. Sitcoms were manna for programmers -- "Cheers," "Full House" and "Murphy Brown" ruled -- while "Murder, She Wrote" and…
That Jean-Luc Godard was at the peak of his powers in 1963-64 is gloriously borne out in these two Criterion titles. While "Contempt" and "Band of Outsiders" are both steeped in the director's…
WB's "Year of the Matrix" kicked off its U.K. launch in London on Thursday with senior VP Josh Berger outlining scribe/helmer brothers Andy and Larry Wachowski's plans for world domination in 2003.
Free peer-to-peer music file-sharing has become larger than the multibillion dollar recording industry with a growth trend that has become "fundamentally unstoppable," a media analyst told a state…
The site is a category-busting blend of editorial content, community discussion, job search boards and social /professional events.
Motion Picture Assn. of America topper Jack Valenti made it clear Wednesday that Hollywood's special wartime committee won't get in the middle of Washington's war with Iraq by helping sell America's…
A Capitol Hill lawmaker introduced legislation Wednesday that would reform the process by which copyright royalty rates are set, as well as how those royalties are distributed.
Digital music firm FullAudio has inked comprehensive licensing deals with Sony Music, BMG and Universal Music, giving the Netco full access to the digitized libraries of all five major label groups…
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Warners is reaching into its vault for a quartet of DVD releases skedded for June 10.