They may have been preaching to the choir, but film industry leaders on Wednesday took their anti-piracy gospel to the nation's exhibs gathered here for the ShoWest tradeshow.
Top marketing execs despaired about ad clutter, Oscar screener mania and the plight of R-rated films at Variety's State of Movie Marketing panel, held Wednesday at ShoWest.
Returning two years after fully conquering the States at last with the Tony-winning "Royal Tour," Dame Edna Everage, aka Barry Humphries, is back with a followup that might well have been called…
A lot of abstract nouns -- dignity, certainty, grace, honor -- get thrown about in the Joanna Murray-Smith play "Honour," which has arrived in London blessed with a leading actress in Eileen Atkins…
Stage actor and teacher Uta Hagen and Motown great Smokey Robinson are among the nine recipients of the 2002 National Medal of Arts to be handed out today at the White House.
The Road Theatre Co. staging of Brit Susan Hill's gothic ghost story not only ensnares the audience within its tale of a thoroughly malevolent specter, it exudes a bone-chilling terror that seems to…
Probably the most under recorded religious group in American history, the Shaker sect is generally thought of as Amish-like folk who made great furniture. In "As It Is in Heaven," scribe Arlene…
On Tuesday, the newly formed Coalition of Broadway Unions and Guilds took a three-hour meeting with officials from the American Federation of Musicians Local 802 and members of the League of American…
There may be light at the end of the engineering tunnel. That's the simple update assembled exhibs will get at ShoWest 2003 from a consortium of Hollywood studios working on tech standards for…
While the Digital Cinema Initiative and various other entities make real progress toward creating uniform standards for presenting movies in theaters digitally, those wishing to manufacture for the…