Cannes is screening them. Venice and Berlin, too. In fact, most of the major festivals have begun showing at least one classic silent film per edition. So why now?
NBC execs sitting in the Shrine Auditorium audience had reason to cheer at this year's Emmy Awards -- even as their network served as the butt of jokes.
The fifth "day" was the charm for Fox's "24," while NBC's "The Office" established that it is more than just the U.S. branch of a hit British comedy at the 58th annual Emmy Awards. Fox's gritty…
How does the best-written, best-directed laffer on television not get a nomination for comedy series? "I'm not sure. But we're happy to have these, and we're confident we'll be in that group next…
On Emmy's scorching day in the sun -- when it was hot enough for paramedics to treat a few people overcome by heat -- there were three points that perked up everyone's ears.
"24," "The Office," Sutherland, Louis-Dreyfus, Hargitay, "Elizabeth I," "Amazing Race," "Girl in the Café," Mirren, Shalhoub, Braugher, "My Name is Earl," "The Daily Show," "The Sopranos," Manilow…
The buccaneers are nearly billionaires. "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" scored its eighth straight weekend victory at the foreign box office with $17.8 million at 7,387 playdates…
Rumors of the Montreal World Film Festival's death were greatly exaggerated. The Canuck film festival kicked off its 30th anniversary edition Thursday night with a look back at some of the highlights…
The acerbic fake rockumentary "Brothers of the Head," by Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe, nabbed the top Michael Powell Award for new British film at the Edinburgh Film Festival, which closed Sunday.
Mark Gill -- the former head of Warner Independent Pictures who ankled in May -- is teaming with Neil Sacker, a fellow Yari Film Group and Miramax Films vet, to launch the Film Dept., a production…
"Invincible," the Disney football drama, ran up the score on a slow late summer weekend, more than doubling its closest competitor at the box office.