An eclectic crowd running the gamut from former New York Mets first baseman Keith Hernandez to performance artist Laurie Anderson turned out for Tuesday's Gotham premiere of Fine Line Features'…
Federico Fellini's masterpiece "Nights of Cabiria," the 1957 Oscar-winner for best foreign-language film, is joining the distinguished company of "Spartacus," "Lawrence of Arabia" and "Vertigo," all…
There was no shortage of industryites to celebrate the Gotham premiere of Miramax's "Hav Plenty" June 10 at the Loews Cineplex 19th Street East Theater.
Film editor Frank Mazzola has unearthed a lost 1971 short by cult British helmer Donald Cammell, titled "The Argument."
For thousands of runaway kids, the streets of Hollywood are anything but paved with gold. To help them get their lives back on track, My Friend's Place, the Hollywood-based resource center for…
More than 600 partygoers gathered at the Space in Chelsea to toast Lisa Cholodenko's "High Art," the October Films release that made its Gotham premiere June 4.
Bob Hope had breakfast and shaved Friday morning after he heard the distressing news from Washington that he had died.
To paraphrase Carlos Santana, Jerry Springer is expected to change his evil ways today and embrace nonviolence on his red-hot syndie talkshow.
Mann's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood was overrun with the young set Tuesday as Sony unveiled its latest, "Can't Hardly Wait."
Just call it the birth of a station. Barry Diller's USA Broadcasting is taking the plunge in Miami today, remaking its WAMI station from a Home Shopping Network barker channel into an indie news and…