Helmer Werner Herzog has long delighted in smudging the line between documentary and fiction. His latest, "Rescue Dawn," goes an intriguing step further by dramatizing a story Herzog already told…
On the eve of his Discovery Channel debut, Ted Koppel was honored by the Museum of Television & Radio Sept. 6 in Beverly Hills, participating in a Q&A with MTR prexy Pat Mitchell.
Author James Ellroy's content meshed with Brian De Palma's style when "The Black Dahlia" preemed Sept. 6 at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.
Based on a popular novel, Ann Hui's "The Postmodern Life of My Aunt" turns its affectionate gaze on a woman of humble origins from the provinces struggling to carve out a dignified life in the…
Festgoers in Toronto woke up to the news of a triple murder at a downtown Toronto hotel favored by festgoers. At 4:30 a.m. a man was found dead from stab wounds in the hallway on the 19th floor of…
Willie Nelson has long been considered one of America's greatest singers, but at the Hollywood Bowl Sunday night he also showed he was one of the slyest. In a show where the set list consisted of…
The 32nd Deauville Festival of American Film has come and gone with various attendees and unspoolings. The event kicked off Sept. 1 and wrapped Sept. 10.
After 20 years of merely so-so musical service to the operas of Giuseppe Verdi -- meat and potatoes to most companies -- the Los Angeles Opera has sprinted onto the track with a stunning revival of…
The former president and co-founder of the CBS-owned College Sports TV Networks, Chris Bevilacqua, has signed up as a partner in the New York-based investment group SCP (Sports Capital Partners).
Zambia will hold its first international film fest in the capital Lusaka Oct. 28 to Nov. 11.