Award-season wins and key nominations (through Dec. 18)
Entertainment ad agency Bemis Balkind has hired seasoned ad man Charles Reimers, founder of Crew Creative Advertising, as creative director.
As the year's film grosses are toted up, you can take this to the bank: Very little of that coin will have come out of Hollywood pockets.
The tumult in the independent film world continued in 2009, but there were bright spots for the sector's survivors.
Prestige titles are hoping to survive the holiday season and then blossom in January and February.
Asked by a reporter why she had agreed to play English children's writer Enid Blyton in a low-budget BBC biopic based on the storyteller's troubled life, Helena Bonham Carter opted for irony.
"Alvin and the Chipmunks" scurried to No. 1 on Visible Measures' top 10 online film trailers chart, taking advantage of "Avatar's" exit the last week of 2009.
Quentin Tarantino and Marion Cotillard have been tapped for kudos at the Palm Springs Film Festival.
Sundance 2010 will mark the inaugural year of GLAAD's involvement as an Institute Associate of the fest.
On the day Eduard Grau first met Tom Ford, the fashion-designer-turned-director hired the young cinematographer to shoot "A Single Man."
Rajkumar Hirani's "3 Idiots," toplining Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, has scored the best opening weekend ever for an Indian film.