London fest lineup highlights
An antiwar literary classic reaches the bigscreen (again) via stage translation in "Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun." That circuitous route benefits the interior monologue of a soldier robbed of…
Amid growing concern, showbiz and other copyright-dependent industries banded together to urge President Bush to ink a major intellectual property rights bill that Congress recently passed.
France Telecom Orange has inked a multiyear output deal with MGM, adding to its existing deals with Warner Bros. Intl. TV and HBO.
In what has been a challenging year for the London Film Festival, politics, history and memory -- not to mention a dose of Britain's favorite secret agent -- dominate the lineup of the 52nd edition.
Elle's salute to women in Hollywood showered the love on femmes Monday at the Four Seasons.
Hollywood got a taste of Southern hospitality during the star-studded premiere of "The Secret Life of Bees" on Monday.
By the time Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" receives its European preem as the closing night film of the London Film Fest, the helmer will have completed a most unlikely comeback.
A scholarly yet broadly accessible illustrated lecture by British auteur Peter Greenaway, "Rembrandt's J'Accuse" is an enthralling docudrama that examines the Dutch master's most famous painting…
The Tony Awards will inaugurate the Isabelle Stevenson Award next year, with the nod going to a member of the legit community with a notable track record as a volunteer for humanitarian, social…