Shifting from the jet-black absurdism of "Bartleby," director Jonathan Parker jabs and pokes at the New York contemporary art world with some satirical success in "(Untitled)."
In a contrast with its brutal internal battles, SAG has quietly set a start date on Feb. 23 for launching joint negotiations with American Federation of Television & Radio Artists on a new contract…
The Sette Mezzo restaurant on Lexington Avenue between 70-71st is a favorite in that East Side neighborhood. The food is great, the service is legend and everybody pays in cash unless they let you…
The broader TV biz may be reeling from audience fragmentation and an awful advertising market, but business is humming along nicely in the subscriber-based pay TV world of Showtime.
As DreamWorks toppers labor to shore up financing for their post-Paramount incarnation, the bills keep mounting.
Slamdance's founding philosophy was that the festival selections would be programmed largely by filmmakers and always by committee.
Slamdance grows from niche rebel to a fest that courts thousands of submissions
"My Slamdance experience was great and horrifying simultaneously. We had the worst possible screening you could have. There were technical problems, people couldn't really hear the dialogue, and I…
After a quarter century of vividly showcasing indie cinema, the Sundance Film Festival has bred some great expectations.
Art and Copy: Doug Pray’s documentary about the effects of advertising and the art of manipulation. (Domestic sales: Submarine) Big Fan: “The Wrestler” scribe Robert Siegel’s directorial debut about…
Park City Parables Milestones and points of interest along the road of Sundance’s 25 years of festivals: 1985 Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute buys the struggling U.S. Film Festival, moves it to…
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