ShowEast will honor Patricia Gonzalez, senior VP, in-theater marketing for Paramount, with the 2006 Al Shapiro Distinguished Service Award.
Treating the ongoing struggles in Afghanistan with crude indecision and larky silliness, "Kabul Express" at once lamely revives buddy road pics and trivializes global politics. Commercially shrewd…
Belgian director Marion Hansel will deliver the Variety Cinema Militans address on Sept. 30 as part of the Netherlands Film Festival in Utrecht.
A gal group with spunk, singing chops and a whole lot of personal crises provides a study in artistic survival in Tata Amaral's intimately crafted "Antonia." Pic's depiction of rising above is less a…
In New York: Elton John told the crowd at the Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center, "We've come to face the facts that we've seen our day in the sun in terms of radio airplay. All we want now is to…
David Lynch was treated like a doge at the Venice Film Festival, where the helmer from Montana received a career achievement Golden Lion, followed by a posh party in a palazzo on the Grand Canal in…
ABC's controversial 9/11 movie drew a sizable aud of roughly 13 million viewers on Sunday night, but that number was dwarfed by comparison with NBC's big showing for pro football. On the eve of the…
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.