Tim Allen will host the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' salute to the 70th anniversary of USC's School of Cinema-Television on Sept. 30.
Stefon Harris' second album for Blue Note, "Black Action Figure," is the most exciting new jazz disc of the year. With a seven-piece unit, the young vibraphonist Harris demonstrates that he has the…
AFI director Jon Fitzgerald has chosen Miramax Films' "The Cider House Rules" as the opening night film for the 13th Annual AFI Film Festival, which runs Oct. 21-29 in Los Angeles.
Four years after his eight-hour series "The Language of Life," Bill Moyers returns to the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival to spend time with 20-odd poets in performance and conversation. This is a…
Twenty-five year vet New Line exec Sara Risher has christened a new inhouse production label, ChickFlicks, which will aim its pics squarely at women.
In their zeal to make a teen series that casts high school existence and its attendant hormonal instability in a realistic light, exec producer Judd Apatow and creator/writer/supervising producer…
The U.S. premiere of "Mansfield Park," an adaptation of the Jane Austen novel, kicks off the 35th annual Chicago Intl. Film Festival on Oct. 6. The 16-day Chicago fest is the oldest pic competition…
With "Third Watch," "ER" exec producer John Wells attempts to transfer the same pulse-pounding chaos to the world of street trauma that he has managed to harness in the hospital emergency room. The…
Emcee Sandra Bernhard paid tribute to the indie spirit at the ninth annual IFP Gotham Awards Wednesday night, spreading both the love and the chutzpah democratically.
TV love triangles are a lot like the Bermuda triangle -- it's dangerous territory and somebody usually gets lost. If "Jack & Jill" hopes to make it beyond midseason, creator, writer and producer…
Oscar winner George C. Scott, the gravel-voiced and granite-faced actor who was best at portraying the vulnerability beneath the gruff exterior of his characters, died Wednesday at his home in…