"Bella," the debut feature written and directed by Mexican-born Alejandro Gomez Monteverde, took home the People's Choice Award as the 31st Toronto Intl. Film Festival wrapped Saturday.
French screenwriter Gerard Brach, who penned Jean-Jacques Annaud's "Quest for Fire" and "The Name of the Rose" and nine of Roman Polanski's features, died Sept. 9 in a Paris hospital of cancer. He…
The untitled Carmen project, "The Seven" and "The Nightingale," from the "Spring Awakening" team of Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik, are among six shows in the upcoming 2007 La Jolla Playhouse season…
A true psychic and a fake psychic are returning for another season on USA. "The Dead Zone," which drew a sixth-season pickup of 13 hours, stars Anthony Michael Hall as a science teacher with…
CBS' "Survivor" opened its 13th edition in a typically dominant fashion Thursday night, but the show's controversial twist didn't give it a ratings bump. Opening numbers suggest that, while there was…
Japanese production house and distrib Digital Site Corp. is partnering with Media 8 to co-produce and distribute romantic comedy "The Ramen Girl," starring Brittany Murphy and Japanese thesp…
With Toby Keith's new film preeming, a world-class new symphony hall bowing and the leaders of Nashville's business elite gathering to strategize the local entertainment industry's future, all in…
After the Gotham premiere screening of "Al Franken: God Spoke" on Sept. 14 at the IFC Center, Al Franken revealed how he really felt about the doc.
Al Gore was across town promoting "An Inconvenient Truth" and selling an environmentally friendly, green lifestyle. Color of the night, however, was definitely crimson.
Private dinners seemed to be the social m.o. at this year's Toronto fest. New Line staged an elegant supper Sept. 11 at Jamie Kennedy's new restaurant in Toronto's Gardiner Museum to fete "Little…